Dinosaurs Roam at Grennwich’s Bruce Museum

Chinasaurs: Dinosaur Discoveries from China features the bones, eggs and nests of more than a dozen rare Asian dinos.


Regardless of the era they grew up in, their demographic backgrounds, or their other interests, all kids have one thing in common: a fascination with dinosaurs. This goes back to, well, the discovery of dinosaur bones. From January 26 to April 21, a bit of dino-mania takes up residence at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut. The exhibit “Chinasaurs: Dinosaur Discoveries from China” features the skeletons, skulls, nests, and eggs of more than a dozen rare Asian dinosaurs. Head there to check out  artifacts from the Szechuanosaurus, the Yangchuanosaurus, and the Psittacosaurus. (If you’ve never heard of them—ask your kids.)



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