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Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum, Glendive
(3.2/5 based on 95 reviews on the web)
Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum is located in Glendive. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Glendive holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • The Glendive Dinosaur and fossil Museum is the largest dinosaur and fossil museum set in the context of biblical history. When entering Glendive from the east you will see a big building that looks li...  more »
  • Great museum showing many of the fossils found in Eastern Montana. Many of the greats are here. An interesting creationism theory is put forth in gift shop literature & some of the exhibits. Your kids...  more »
  • The staff at the museum are very friendly and tell you up front that this is a museum based on the bible. The dinosaur skeletons are very well done as are the fossil displays and are well worth viewin...  more »
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  • Our family loves the museum! Their exhibits are amazing and our toddler loves to go and see the dinosaurs. Their family pass is well worth it for anyone local. They are very open and honest about being a creationist museum with everything being a biblical perspective. If you strongly believe in evolution you will disagree with what this museum stands for. If you can get past that, the actual exhibits and fossils displayed are extraordinary. For Eastern Montana this museum is remarkable!
  • Lovely, ascetically pleasing exhibits. Very nice staff. As an atheist family we enjoyed the alternate perspective of those who believe in creationism. The displays are very nice. My children had a great time. Neither of them can read(daughter 4 son 2)so we just explained the science based reasoning for the fossils, extinction, etc ourselves. If you are passing through, and can get over the fact that this museum isn't really fact based, it's a great, wholesome activity for kids and adults alike.
  • Visited in July 2016, fantastic museum! Worth a visit if you're passing through - plan on 1-2 hour stop to see everything, more if you want to watch some of the videos in the theater. Best part was getting a peek into their current digs and research!
  • Wow! My children absolutely loved this place! The staff were very informative and knew a lot about the exhibits there. Very clean and kid friendly. They had certain exhibits that the kids could touch and a great gift shop!
  • The Good: They have a lot of stuff to look at. And some very interesting exhibits. Low entry fees. The Bad: The "museum" takes the creationist viewpoint on dinosoars by presenting biblical "facts" as evidence against evolution. Almost all science is thrown out the window at this museum, they only keep the facts that support their claim that humans and dinosoars coexisted before the flood and that Noah's flood killed all the dinosoars. This "museum" presents their creationistic HYPOTHESIS and bends scientific facts as an attempt to prove their claims. Sometimes science is correct and sometimes it's not, but it's only correct when it agrees with their view point. It's a real shame that such a nice museum is tainted with creationist filth. The museum does warn you before you pay that they present their fossils in terms of a Biblical perspective so at least they are honest upfront. In conclusion, if you are the kind of person who likes Biblical psudo-science this place is perfect for you. But if you want to learn FACTS about dinosoars find another place to visit.