National Dinosaur Museum
Dinosaur fans of all ages will completely ‘dig’ the National Dinosaur Museum, located in Canberra’s Gold Creek Village. With one of the largest permanent displays of dinosaurs and prehistoric life in Australia, you’ll discover how dinosaurs evolved and interacted amid skulls, skeletons, murals, models and fossils not on display anywhere else in the world. There are even robotic dinosaurs that move, roar, blink and breathe!
Wander through the lifelike models in the landscaped Dinosaur Garden, and browse Canberra's largest display of minerals, fossils and crystals for sale.
TRIPADVISOR TRAVELLER RATING
Ranked #25 of 210 things to do in Australian Capital Territory on TripAdvisor
Certificate of Excellence 2016
TRIPADVISOR TRAVELLER REVIEWS
Reviewed on 8 Sep 2016
I visited the National Dinosaur Museum with my Grandson for Father's Day. While he is only 2 years old he had a fantastic time. Will definitely be taking him back when he is a bit older.
Reviewed on 22 Aug 2016
From the moment you see the dinosaurs out the front you know it will be good. My son loved hanging outside with the dinosaurs as much as he did inside. There's alot there to see and read the younger...
Reviewed on 17 Aug 2016
My 3, 5 and 7yr old spent so much time outside with all the sculptures before even getting inside and seeing the skeletons and other sculptures - great for anyone who is dinosaur mad.
- Coach Parking
- Interactive Centre
- Picnic Area
- Public Toilet