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Aathal Dinosaur Museum.

Experience prehistoric times up close! A journey into the realm of dinosaurs.

Prehistoric giants and fossils

In addition to various dinosaurs, visitors meet other prehistoric giants and discover fossils as unique wonders of nature.

The Aathal Dinosaur Museum has been around for more than 25 years now and has become an indispensable part of the "prehistoric researcher scene": Here, scientifically highly interesting finds from our excavations (Wyoming, USA) are prepared and exhibited. This is the place where experts and dinosaur fans from all over the world meet. Since "Jurassic Park" and other movies, the museum has become an attractive excursion destination for younger visitors. Annual special exhibits complement and update the museum continuously.

Visit and guided tours

Guided tours can be booked upon request. Various dinosaur movies are shown and the museum shop has everything a real dinosaur fan could wish for. And last but not least, visitors can enjoy their coffee at the cafeteria located right next to the 23-meter-long brachiosaurus or in the outdoor area "DinoGiardino" where you can also barbecue, have a picnic and play.

Guided tours for up to 25 people, workshops and children's birthdays for up to 10 people.

Meteorites and the extinction of the dinosaurs

Were the fauna and flora of the Cretaceous period mainly unbalanced by thousands of years of volcanic eruptions? Or was it the impact of an asteroid with the calculated explosive power of 10,000 atomic bombs that was able to change the world decisively? The new exhibition brings exactly these topics to your attention. A meteorite, which caused a worldwide catastrophe 66 million years ago, is the focus of the exhibition. It was partly responsible for the extinction of the dinosaurs and at the same time heralded a new earth age. When visiting the exhibition you can enjoy an impressive film experience and a uniquely staged meteorite show. In the meteorite room, you can view the exceptional rock up close and learn about its scientific significance.