The Museum of Natural History at the University of Michigan is a museum must, the hands-on museum offers FREE admission and beginning February 17th, it welcomes a new temporary exhibit – Dinosaur Discoveries.
Dinosaur Discoveries: Ancient Fossils, New Ideas, is a temporary exhibit that will run from February 17th thru September 15th. Using a combination of major fossil finds, captivating computer simulations, and dinosaur models the exhibit shows how scientists’ understanding of dinosaurs has evolved over the past century. If you can get tickets for opening weekend, you can also enjoy interactive activities including a dig for real fossils.
In addition to the new exhibit, guests can always enjoy the permanent collection that includes additional dinosaur displays, Exploring Michigan, Under The Microscope, Dynamic Planet, planetarium shows and more.
The Museum of Natural History at the University of Michigan is open Wednesdays thru Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Parking is available in the Palmer Structure (200 Palmer Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48109) and parking is free in Ann Arbor on Sunday.
Museum of Natural History at the University of Michigan // 1105 North University Ave, Ann Arbor