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What was it like to be a dinosaur? Find out as you act like a dinosaur and play through the “Be the Dinosaur: Life in the Cretaceous” exhibit using state-of-the-art video game technology! Take a step inside a world before our time and “Be the Dinosaur” now – Dec. 31, 2017 at MDWFP’s Mississippi Museum of Natural Science.

Also, MEET OUR GIANT VELOCIRAPTOR (now – the end of July) every Wednesday and Saturday at 3 p.m. and on Dino-Fun Friday’s at 11 a.m. (schedule subject to change).

And, don’t miss our Farewell to Summer on Saturday, July 29th from 5p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Join us to “exercise like a dino”, experience Frozen Dino Desserts, and play Science Trivia with the whole family. Sharpen your wits with this fun and playful way to welcome the school year. Regular admission applies. Museum members are FREE.

Individual tickets to the museum are available for $6 adults, $4 youth ages 3-18, and $5 for Senior Citizens ages 60 and up. Tickets may also be purchased at the museum.

Or, become a Member & get: FREE admission for one year, invitations to exhibit premiere parties, reciprocal admission at 200+ ASTC museums nationwide, and more! Click here for details.

“Be the Dinosaur: Life in the Cretaceous” is a groundbreaking fusion of state-of-the-art video game technology and traditional exhibits, featuring full-size dinosaur bones, a paleontology field station, a Safari jeep, and more!

What was a day in the life of a dinosaur like?
How might they have lived?
What can fossil evidence tell us about the way extinct animals lived their lives?

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“Be the Dinosaur: Life in the Cretaceous” is produced by Eureka Exhibits. The exhibit is sponsored locally by: Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks, Mississippi Museum of Natural Science Foundation, Gertrude C. Ford Foundation, Nissan, Regions Bank, The Chisholm Foundation, and other generous sponsors.

This project is partially funded through a grant by Visit Jackson.