A new exhibit has made its way to The Museum of Natural and Cultural history on the University of Oregon campus this weekend.
If you’re looking for something to do with the kids, the exhibit has plenty of history and family friendly activities for children to learn and have fun.
Here’s a peak inside- right before 20 little kids and their parents rushed in. pic.twitter.com/uZbktJJXa0
— Stephanie Rothman (@srothmantv) January 20, 2019
“Dinosaurs Take Flight” showcases artwork with fossils, replica skeletons, hands-on activities, and interactive features.
Each piece tells the story of how dinosaurs developed the ability to fly.
“Well Sage loves dinosaurs,” said Adam Lindsley, who attended the exhibit. “She’s all about the dinosaurs but also just the exhibit being about flight and the archaeopteryx is really interesting.”
The exhibit is free for members and University of Oregon students when they show their student ID card.
“Dinosaurs Take Flight” will be on display at the museum through may.