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One of the most famous dinosaur museums in the county sits on the Upper West Side of NYC. The American Museum of Natural History has two dinosaur halls: ornithischians (bird-hipped) and saurischians (lizard-hipped). You can spend a full day just visiting the dinosaur exhibits.What is the Dinosaur Museum?
The Dinosaur Museum in New York City was founded in 1892 and has since amassed an impressive collection of fossils and artifacts from the prehistoric era. The museum has a rich history, and has been a source of fascination for visitors of all ages.Where is the American Museum of Natural History in New York?
** The American Museum of Natural History is located at 200 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024. One of the first things you’ll see at The Academy of Natural Sciences is Dinosaur Hall. You can’t miss the giant T-Rex!What is the titanosaur Museum?
It is also home to The Titanosaur, the life-sized cast of a 122-foot-long sauropod dinosaur Patagotitan mayorum discovered in 2014. The Museum’s dinosaur exhibits are organized to reflect evolutionary relationships, and a walk through the exhibition halls is like a walk along the trunk, branches, and twigs of the evolutionary tree for dinosaurs.