Moab Giants Interactive Dinosaur Museum

Walk among life-sized dinosaurs on the amazing outdoor walking trail or head indoors to see fossilize footprints and a 3-D movie in this interactive museum.
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Moab Giants Museum exhibit.

Moab Giants Museum exhibit. 

Walk among life-sized dinosaurs on Moab Giant’s incredible outdoor walking trail. Or head indoors to the Tracks Museum to learn about fossilized footprints. Both are part of a new interactive museum, featuring great exhibits as well as a 3-D movie that covers everything from the Big Bang Theory to the age of the dinosaurs that began 220 million years ago. You also can get your hands dirty and dig up dinosaur bones along the trail outside. To get to Moab Giants, drive 9 miles north of Moab on Hwy. 191.

The museum is located at the turnoff for Dead Horse Point State Park and Canyonlands National Park

For more information:
(435) 355-0288
112 West SR-313, Moab, Utah 84532


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