I Dig Dinos

Sunday, April 29, 2018
Sunday, May 27, 2018
Sunday, June 24, 2018
11 AM – 2 PM

Included with museum admission; FREE for Burke members, w/UW ID, and children 4 & under

Photo: Rachel Crick Photography

Bring your budding paleontologist to the Burke for monthly fossilized fun. Enjoy three prehistoric stations every month ranging from touching real fossils, making discoveries in the dino dig pit, solving dinosaur mysteries, dino dress-up and more. Activities and themes change monthly so there’s always something new! 

What did our planet look like during the age of Dinosaurs? At the April I Dig Dinos event, learn about dino environments by making a volcano hat, touching prehistoric plant fossils, and exploring UW’s campus to see find plants that once lived with the dinosaurs.

Please note: I Dig Dinos is open to everyone but is geared toward ages 3-7. 
 
Parking is free in UW parking lots on Sundays, including the N5 parking lot closest to the Burke Museum. Plan your visit.
Upcoming I Dig Dinos themes
  • April 29: Dino Environments (w/ Dig Pit!)
  • May 27: Undersea Adventures (w/ Dig Pit!)
  • June 24: Ice Ages (w/ Dig Pit!)
Dino Birthday Parties at the Burke

Can't get enough dinos? Make your child's birthday dino-rrific! 

Give your budding paleontologist a birthday they'll never forget with one-of-a-kind prehistoric parties at the Burke Museum! Send the birthday boy or girl and their friends on a dino scavenger hunt in the galleries, make dinosaur masks, and dino-stomp around galleries featuring the only real dinosaur fossils on display in Washington state! Learn more.

 
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