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Dinosaur Discovery Museum, Kenosha

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  • What a very, very pleasant surprise. Spend 15 minutes or an hour to see a very well planned exhibit. It is free, but the suggested $3 donation is a bargain. The kids will love it!  more »
  • We stopped in to the Dinosaur Discovery museum while visiting Kenosha for the day. It's in a beautiful, old building that was once a Post Office. Inside, the first floor is dominated by Dinosaur skele...  more »
  • In the afternoon of April 8, 2017W, my wife Judy and I traveled North on Sheridan Road from our home, turned left on 53rd Street and into the parking lot behind the Museum (Unfortunately, the Handicap...  more »
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  • I'm giving this 5 stars based on the experience-to-value ratio. The museum itself is very small, and it is essentially a single exhibit hall. However, the hall has a significant number of dinosaur skeletons, including a T-Rex. The museum itself is free (although donations are encouraged), so it's a great value. This is a great place for kids to experience dinosaurs. My two year-old loved it.
  • Good place to visit, entrance is free!; the only thing that I didn't like is that the exhibition was very small.
  • A fantastic dinosaur museum. It has a huge collection of fossils on display in one large gallery that will delight any dinosaur fan and working paleontology lab downstairs where they are cleaning and preserving a triceratops. There is also children's space with books to read and (I am not sure if it's everyday or just weekends) a "dig site" for kids. The only real negative is the hours aren't great with the museum only being open in the afternoon.
  • Very quick visit. Not very big. But cool that they moved the entire building.
  • Thia is true value for money and a must see here. The place is small, but free of charge. There are enough dino-bones to satisfy a child appetite for knowledge.