Search: Sara Stern Gallery

Dinosaurs Come to Life in the Search Gallery!

Come meet STAN T. rex™, a 65-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus Rex––the second-most-complete T. Rex fossil in the world. In this super-interactive space, you can touch and manipulate bones, complete puzzles, and help a seed lift off and float through the air. You’ll get lost in the many things to see and do here. Ooh and ahh over a stick insect, touch a thousand-year-old tree, or climb into a beavers’ den. Reward your curiosity with the calm marvels of nature, big and small!

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