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Kronosaurus Korner, Richmond

(120+ reviews on the web)
Specialty Museum
Richmond’s Kronosaurus Korner is one of the three destinations that make

up Australia’s Dinosaur Trail. It is a world class centre housing Australia’s

best preserved dinosaur and marine reptile fossils.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The reality is that the museum only takes around half an hour to take it all in. The fact that everything is local makes it interesting but it still is quite small and something you would do once.  more »
  • For someone eho had no interest in fossils or pre-history, I've been here twice in 12 months. This is THE stand out attraction in Richomond (along with the landscape and the friendly locals). The only...  more »
  • We visited with young children. It was very interactive and not too large that it gave us the chance to see everything to our satisfaction. There is a kids corner with activities for them too. The pal...  more »
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  • Interesting and informative museum. Impressive collection and the audio tour makes for easy learning without having to read too much. Clean, open, modern and just enough on display to keep you interested right through it all. Highly worth the $20 admission. I never knew so much research was being carried out in a small town of just 500 people.
  • What a cool place. The kids loved it and so did we. The self fuided tour was easy to follow, and the fossils were very impressive. Even the coffee shop was great! Highly recomend this to anyone traveling through or has an interest in dinosoars.
  • Friendly staff and great exhibits! Self guided audio tour was detailed, without getting too boring. My son loved it! The cafe makes a great coffee as well.
  • Well worth a visit. Very informative and well presented display of fossils worthy of any museum in the world. Good place for a meal as well. Admission fee is reasonable and good value.
  • Loved it! Dont miss the last room! :)