Come eye-to-eye with giants of our prehistoric past
Giant beasts will roam the halls of Cincinnati Museum Center. From massive plant-eating sauropods to fierce two-legged predators, the Dinosaur Hall will feature incredible, awe-inspiring specimens you won’t find anywhere else. Six prehistoric beasts, many at the center of ongoing scientific research, will tower overhead and state-of-the-art interactive elements will help you experience the Late Jurassic like never before. Dinosaur Hall will utilize our globally-significant fossil collections to explore dinosaur evolution, ecology and biology.
Dinosaur Hall opens November 17.
Learn more about the Torvosaurus, a dinosaur you can't see anywhere else in the world.
Our rare Galeamopus specimen, a 60-foot-long plant-eater, was fully excavated and prepared by Cincinnati Museum Center between 2000-2018. Watch as it comes together for the first time.