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Montana Dinosaur Trail


Walk back in time following the largest footsteps in history. Discover exciting and fun adventure along Montana’s Dinosaur Trail. This statewide trail is made up of 14 locations with a wide range of opportunities to explore and learn about Montana’s incredible prehistoric residents. Explore some of the greatest paleontological finds of the last century under Montana’s big sky.

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Fort Peck Interpretive Center & Museum

Dinosaur Museum
Fort Peck, MT

The Fort Peck Dam Interpretive Center and Museum is a partnership between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Our facility features the two largest aquariums in Montana displaying the fish of Fort Peck Lake and the Missouri River. A lifesize model of Peck's Rex ...

Phillips County Museum and H.G. Robinson House

Malta, MT

The Phillips County Museum and H.G. Robinson House & Gardens is in the heart of Missouri River Country and on the Lewis and Clark Trail. The purpose of the museum is to preserve the natural, historic and cultural heritage of the Phillips County region for others to enjoy. Visit "Elvis", one of the ...

Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum

Dinosaur Museum
Glendive, MT

The Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum is a 20,000 square foot facility featuring more than 23 full-sized dinosaur and fossil exhibits plus a myriad of singular fossils. This museum is the largest dinosaur and fossil museum in the United States to present its fossils in the context of biblical ...

The Montana Dinosaur Center

Bynum, MT

On display are the world's first Nestling dinosaurs, a 137 foot full sized skeletal model of Seismosaurus, and many other local Discoveries. Field Expeditions range from 3 hours to several days. Come help excavate dinosaurs from the ground with our field crew. For More information visit ...

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Upper Musselshell Museum

Harlowton, MT

Exploring the original Upper Musselshell Museum is rather like prowling around in someone's attic or barn. This two-story limestone building, constructed in 1909, is filled with treasures that belong to the people who lived in, worked and developed the Upper Musselshell River country. The ...

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Loma Earth Science Museum

Loma, MT

We hold the Pope Mineral Collection and a paleontological collection of dinosaur fossils in the Redding Dinosaur Hall. The Loma History room has displays on the history of the Lower Marias.

Garfield County Museum

Dinosaur Museum
Jordan, MT

The Garfield County Museum opened its doors in August of 1984. There is a full size Triceratops. The original was dug out north of Jordan. There are also several other fossils, including a T-Rex head. A homestead cabin and an old black smith shop replica have been built inside the museum. There ...

Old Trail Museum

Choteau, MT

'Unearth the Mystery Past and Present' with the Old Trail Museum. Located at the north end of Choteau, on US Highway 89, the non-profit museum reflects the rich natural and cultural history of Montana's pristine Rocky Mountain Front region. Explore fossils, dinosaurs, Native American artifacts, ...

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