World's First Baby Dinosaurs
In 1978, Teton County was thrust into the spotlight with the discovery of baby dinosaurs.
The World's Longest Dinosaur
Our scientifically-accurate reconstruction of Seismosaurus halli is 137.5 feet long and takes up the entire museum.
The Maiasaura nesting grounds in Teton County have changed the way we think about complex behaviors in dinosaurs, like herding and parenting.
Research & Preparation Lab
Watch paleontologists, volunteers, and dig program participants clean and restore 75 million year-old dinosaur bones.
Real-Bone Maiasaura Skeleton
Our first real-bone mount! This Maiasaura was found only 10 miles away from the Dinosaur Center.
This skull belongs to one of five tyrannosaurs dug out of our BOB site in the last 1990s.
Did you know that Montana is one of the few places in the world that you can find dinosaur eggs?
Where research & education meet
If you don't have time to go out with us on one of our field programs, the Montana Dinosaur Center also has a small museum gallery. Our exhibits highlight the local geologic and cultural history of the region. Highlights include a life-size model of Seismosaurus (137 feet long!), the very first baby dinosaurs found in North America, and a plethora of other dinosaur and natural history exhibits.
Want to see more exhibits? Visit our donation page to find out how you can help.