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If you’re looking for something to do this weekend you might want to check out the New Detroit Science Center.  They have a display called “Dinosaurs Unearthed” and it’s the biggest display of its kind ever in Detroit.

If you’re curious about dinosaurs then the New Detroit Science Center is calling your name.  They are currently featuring the biggest dinosaur display to ever hit the Motor City.  It’s called “Dinosaurs Unearthed.”

The display consists of 24 giant animatronic dinosaurs.  You’ll also find the skeletons of 5 prehistoric critters plus eggs and other items from the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods.  Your ticket also gets you in the IMAX Theatre to view Dinosaurs Alive.  And you also get to visit Dinosaur Planet in the planetarium.

If you can’t make it this weekend, not to worry.  The display will continue all summer long at the center.

Tickets are $19.95 for adults, $17.95 for kids between 2-12.  Seniors also get in for $17.95.

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  1. Anthony, Wendy, & Karol Lesnick says:

    We had an absolutely marvelous time at the Dinosaurs Unearthed exhibit. If you have not yet seen it, we strongly urge you to do so. It is worth every penny of the admission price and then some. We purchased an annual membership which will allow us to return throughout the exhibit at a substantial discount. Since our son Karol literally had to be dragged from the exhibit with promises that we will be returning, the membership will definitely pay for itself. The animatronic exhibit is unquestionably the best we have ever seen. The fossils are extremely well presented and explained, and the IMAX movie is so realistic you can almost feel the Earth shake beneath your feet and smell the bad breath of T-Rex. Children of all ages will love this exhibit and cannot help but learn a great deal about the previous tennants of this planet. If you miss this exhibit, you will be losing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Please see it as soon as possible.
    See you there, again and again and again. : )

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