What's New in The Museum


New Fossil Acquisitions, artwork, dinosaur models, set design, and technology, means there's always something New with Traveling Dinos!  

Add in the research, attention to detail, and the pure magic of the experience comes together for an awesome visit for your kids and families!


The New Murals create an exciting background for the exhibits.


New Dinosaur Scale Models and Museum Quality Figures are throughout the museum, kid sized and kid level.


A New Direct Streaming Microscope and HD Projector helps bring some of the incredible  fossils to life for kids.


Securely and even stylishly performing their very important job are the some of the custom display stands made by Joey Hartley.


With all the new pieces, we're going to need a bigger van soon!

New for 2021-22

We've commissioned new logos for Traveling Dinos from illustrator Mike Ferrin and large dino murals that add to the unique ambiance of the museum.

Correctly displaying fossils for the best study view is actually an important detail for the museum. Custom stands are built for our new fossil acquisitions for display by artist and wielder supreme Joey Hartley of Ancient Artifax.

To bring the fossils up close like never before, we've added New Technology with an HD projector, and LED direct streaming microscope . Also,

Plus, many really cool dinosaur models and figures, and some of the most incredible real fossil finds around!

The Amazing New Fossils Just Added to The Collection:
• A scute (one of the famous small boney armor plates) from many kid's favorite dinosaur; Ankylosaurus!

• Plus, An incredibly rare vertebra.
(Bumby is the popular ankylosaurus in the hit Netflix series "Camp Cretaceous.")

• A very cool bump from the bald headed, very bumpy, and very popular Pachycephalosaurus, plus a pachy tooth!

• An incredible neck rib/tendon from the well known sauropod Diplodicus. (The most famous diplodicus is "Dippy" at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh)

•A crazy cool hadrosaur rib bone fragment with the very distinctive predator tooth attack marks of Tyrannosaurus!

*A tibia (lower leg) and vertebrae from the hadrosaur, Maiasaura. (Maiasaura egg nests were discovered by Jack Horner who the Dr. Alan Grant character is based on in Jurassic Park.)

•Plus, a fossilized flipper and vertebrae from Ichthyosaurus the prehistoric cousin of dolphins.

Don't forget the amazing existing collection of the real fossils which is Traveling Dinos.
Marks' love and advocacy of great books is a an important part of the museum. We continue to add to our extensive library of all books Dinosaur, and always have a great selection with the museum for kids to peruse.
By the time we visit with you, there will probably be even more new finds in the Traveling Dinos Museum!

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Mad Science or Just Another Day in The Office?
Prep for The Newest Museum Pieces Underway

Curating, researching, displaying, and getting new, never before seen pieces ready for viewing are part of the journey on the way to the museum. Honestly, it's a lot of work, and yes, it really is fun! 

In the photo you can see very rare Hadrosaurus skin on bone, a Rib bone from a long neck sauropod, an extremely rare vertebrae from Ankylosaurus, a gigantic Mosasaur tooth, the biggest dinosaur stomach stone (gastrolith) we've ever seen, beautiful polished coprolite (dinosaur poop), a finger and toe bone from the hadrosaur Maisauria, very rare Oviraptor egg shells, and jawbone fragments from Triceratops. Plus, new scientifically detailed museum figures, another new digital microscope, and the adorable trex puppet, Rexxie. Believe it or not, there is still more to be curated.

All of these incredible pieces work together to tell the story of the magnificent beasts and the stunning history that came before us!

It's a pretty cool day in the office after all!