Dinosaur Revolution Exhibit To Open April 26 At The Science Center

The entrance to the Dinosaur Revolution exhibit.

The wait is nearing extinction for the Cox Science Center’s Dinosaur Revolution exhibit. On Friday, April 26, guests are invited to come back for another bite of dinosaur mania with a summer exhibit that allows visitors to live as prehistoric creatures once lived.

Until Sept. 29, travel through time and get a dinosaur’s eye view and return to the present day with your paleontology credentials at the Cox Science Center & Aquarium, located at 4801 Dreher Trail North in West Palm Beach.

“Our center’s track record shows that we have a fierce love for dinosaurs and everything they’ve revealed in a 150-million-year timespan,” said Kate Arrizza, president and CEO of the Cox Science Center & Aquarium. “One of the best methods for our young visitors to learn is through role play and tactile experiences, and Dinosaur Revolution delivers just that.”

Through many interactions, everyone can get in on the action. Visitors can make their own dinosaur tracks in the Triassic, examine the authenticity of a fossil in a mystery fossil dig, serve as a defense attorney for a t-rex in “Claw & Order” upon reviewing evidence reports and much more.

The vast information that dinosaurs hold is endless. The exhibit presented by Minotaur Mazes gives visitors an exciting, in-depth look at fascinating topics while giving the opportunity to puzzle and problem solve. Each engagement will spark thought-provoking questions sure enough to educate even the most proficient prehistoric experts.

The Cox Science Center & Aquarium’s current indoor/outdoor venue features more than 100 hands-on educational exhibits, a 10,000-gallon fresh and saltwater aquarium, a digital planetarium, a pre-K focused Discovery Center, an 18-hole conservation-themed mini-golf course and a quarter-mile-long outdoor science trail. One of its celebrated displays includes “Journey Through the Human Brain,” a permanent exhibit that features the most advanced neuroscience research in the world. The Cox Amphitheater hosts daily live science shows, seasonal laser shows and special event programming.

General admission for adults is $24, $20 for children ages 3 to 12, $22 for seniors ages 60 and older, and free for children under 3 years of age and CSCA members. For more information on the spring events and programming, visit www.coxsciencecenter.org.