Embark on an adventure to uncover never-before-seen dinosaur fossils from one of the most isolated environments on Earth.
Antarctic Dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum of Utah is an immersive experience, transporting visitors back 200 million years to discover what life was like in prehistoric Antarctica.
Antarctic Dinosaurs guides visitors through what was once a lush, thriving continent. Discover fossils from four Antarctic dinosaur species, get hands-on experience with real tools to learn how paleontologists had to carefully extract them from the now frozen landscape and understand how research of these fossils sheds new light on our planet’s ever-changing climate and geology.
Join the thrilling expedition at the Natural History Museum of Utah.
Reservations are required to visit the Museum.
My Good Fund
Rio Tinto Kennecott
Bob and Cyndi Douglass
Lyn and Jim Hinckley
Marriner S. Eccles Foundation
The Potter Family
Sorenson Legacy Foundation
Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts, and Parks
CARES Act and the Utah State Legislature through Utah Arts & Museums
Antarctic Dinosaurs was developed by The Field Museum, Chicago in partnership with the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Discovery Place–Charlotte, NC, and the Natural History Museum of Utah. Generous support was provided by the Kenneth C. Griffin Charitable Fund