Dinosaurs return to Quinte Museum of Natural History

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The Quinte Museum of Natural History has announced the return of carnivorous and long-neck dinosaurs due to popular demand. These prehistoric creatures are back to captivate visitors of all ages.

The museum will now be open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the summer, providing ample opportunities for families, students, and dinosaur enthusiasts to explore the exhibits.

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Alongside the dinosaur displays, visitors can also enjoy the museum’s ongoing exhibits: “Diving Deep: A Tale of Whales Through Time” and the “Fossilized Quinte” exhibit, offering insights into marine history and the fossil record of the Quinte region.

The Quinte Museum of Natural History extended its gratitude to the 2024 presenting sponsors, Research Casting International, the City of Quinte West, and Wilkinson & Co., for their support in bringing back these extraordinary exhibits.

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Admission is $8 per person; children aged 5 and under enter for free. Tickets are available for purchase at the museum.