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Dinosaur Museum in Branson, MO

3619 W 76 Country BlvdBranson, MO 65616
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Overview

Created for guests of all ages to enjoy, the Branson Dinosaur Museum offers educational and interactive experiences with some of the most incredible dinosaurs in history. Guests can learn about each dinosaur’s habits, name origin and more, including the four-winged microrapter, the iconic Tyrannosaurus rex, and many others in the fossil exhibit and learning center.

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from Ashley, one of our Branson Travel Experts
  • Over 50 life-sized dinosaur models.
  • Features 42-foot tall T-Rex.
  • Self guided tour.
  • Next to the Worlds Largest Toy Museum and the Branson Military Museum.
  • Located at former Waltzing Waters attraction.

Description

from Branson's Dinosaur Museum
Over 50 life-sized dinosaurs are displayed, from the very smallest creature - a 1-foot microraptor to the towering 42-foot tyrannosaurus rex that stands about two stories high. The models were made by paleo-artists who fashioned molds from the original dinosaur skeletons and then created the bodies.

All of the dinosaurs have descriptive details and visitors may take as long as they like on the self-guided tour. There is a learning center with video, a fossil exhibit, birthday party area, and gift shop as well.

The Dinosaur Museum is located next to the World's Largest Toy Museum and the Branson Military Museum on Hwy 76. Just look for the giant dinosaur head sticking out from the building. Longtime visitors to Branson will recognize this as the location of the former Waltzing Waters Theatre.

Reserve Branson Customer Reviews

2 Reviews
Ben Barton
Fair Grove , MO
1 Review
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"Dino Heaven"
July, 2016
I read some of the other reviews before we went so I was prepared for a the warmer atmosphere and self paced stroll thru the facility. We arrived a little after 9:30AM so it was not too hot, and it was open and had a few families already touring.
The kids were immediately enthralled with all the huge dinos out front and the souvenirs to buy. but we kept them on task. I wish we had gone slower and read the info pages, but the kids were too excited to see everything. I took lots of pictures and enjoyed the movie. It was a fun experience. Hard to go backwards if another family is coming thru, so make sure you see it all the first time. We didn't stay to color, I forgot to ask and they didn't offer. But the kids enjoyed every minute. I wish the 'theater' sat more people. Our family pretty much filled it with just the 5 of us bc of the way the seats are arranged. But by the time we were ready to move on another family was ready to view so it was fine. Big groups will have to stand to view.
Tip: Booking online was super easy! I just showed my receipt and started my tour! Go early in the day if it's hot outside, that building is huge inside and hard to keep cool.

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Laura L
1 Review
"Late Start"
August, 2015
Got up early, the door said they opened at 9 that Sunday but we waited for 20 minutes before they unlocked the door. At that point we didn't have enough time to even go and explore and we didn't even bother going in, our schedule was too busy.

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117chucka
Madison, Alabama
"Best to take children to see."
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed January 20, 2017
It's a short tour, nice to see the relative size of the creatures, Would be great to the children thru and explain the creatures of the past. I had nothing else on my itinerary, so I went ( not expecting too much ).
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Mibin
"For young children it goes too fast for the money"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed December 04, 2016
There are lots of great things to look at if you're an adult. Wonderful descriptions to read about the Dino's. Breathtakingly big. But for a 4 and 2 1/2 year old, told not to touch, it basically was over within minutes. For the money it went way to fast. We even went back through a second time to make it longer and still we were done in minutes.
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Holly694
Bozeman, Montana
"Disappointing"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed October 29, 2016
We should have listened to the review we read but when we were driving by we saw the sign that said 50 full size dinosaur exhibits. Well it's more like 20 and some head wall mounts. What was there was neat to look at but it cost $33.00 for 3 of us and we spent maybe 15 minutes there. There are so many other better things to see don't waist the time and money to see this.
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Terry M
Cookson, Oklahoma, United States
"Very Educational"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed October 24, 2016
the Branson Dinosaur Museum was small but very educational.Our 8 year old grandson loved it. He went to each exhibit and told us what dino it was and then we read the information to him and he got very excited to learn more about them. Was definitely a good way to spend an hour. There was also a movie room that showed different dino movies, he wouldn't sit still for this, but they looked very interesting. Well worth the money.
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Keith M
"Fastest $20 I spent in Branson"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed October 22, 2016
There are few things to look at and read we took our 2-year-old and he was not really interested in a lot of it. They said they have a theatre but it is more of a flat screen tv with 6 seats.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Branson's Dinosaur Museum

Are museum tours available?
The entire museum is a self-guided tour. Guests can learn about the different dinosaurs through the thorough descriptions about dinosaur habits, name definition, daily life, and more. Descriptions are posted at each dinosaur stop throughout the museum.

Aside from dinosaurs, what else is available at the museum?
Dinosaur Museum guests enjoy a magnificent fossil exhibit, gift shop, and a learning center.

What are the hours of operation?

The Dinosaur Museum is open daily from 10:00am to 5:00pm.

Where is the Dinosaur Museum located?
We are located at 3619 W 76 Country Blvd, Branson, MO 65616.