Posted: Jan 5, 2013 7:54 PM by Ben Trotter
Updated: Jan 5, 2013 7:54 PM
The Museum of the Rockies is famous for their world-class dinosaur exhibit, and now kids will get a chance to learn more about them in an interactive exhibit next weekend.
The museum will be hosting the 'Dinosaur Train' once again, one of only ten stops for this year's tour. And while this ‘Train' isn't a real one, there are still plenty of fun opportunities for all ages.
Based on a PBS kid's show, the 'Dino train' will feature interactive exhibits on everything dinosaur related. Kids even get the opportunity to meet Buddy the dinosaur.
According to MOR spokeswoman Brittany Simkins, "Buddy the dinosaur is going to parade through the museum...we're really excited to have Buddy stop here on his Dino Train tour."
The tour will go from 9 am until 4 pm next Saturday, regular admission prices for the Museum will be charged to get in. To find out more, click here.