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Dickinson Museum Center

Ethnic origins are preserved at the Dickinson Museum Center. The Dickinson Museum Center features art, history exhibits, and events. Research is also available. Summer tours of eleven historical buildings are available at the Prairie Outpost Park. Housed inside the Prairie Machinery Building, the implements of farming are on display along with the stories of their contribution to the area.
The Dickinson Museum Center is located in Dickinson, ND.
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The dinosaur area of the Dickinson Museum Center houses thousands of rock, mineral and fossil specimens including a complete real Triceratops skeleton. The museum features an outstanding collection of mineral from around the world. In the museum model laboratory, visitors can view a complete Triceratops skull discovered just west of Dickinson. Fourteen full-scale dinosaurs along with a florescent display of unique minerals will be the highlight of any child's vacation.

Bring the kids to Toddler Tuesdays for a morning of dinosaur fun! The storytelling play date is on a weekly rotation of topics that promote brain and motor development. This event takes place every Tuesday at the Dickinson Museum Center from 9am-10am.

The gift shop offers lots of variety of items, including minerals, fossils specimens, toy dinosaurs, educational books, jewelry and t-shirts. Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm, year-round.

Admission: Adults $6, Seniors $5, Children $4.




Big Bones. Local Stories.

Take the family or explore by yourself the different experiences at the Dickinson Museum Center!

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