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The Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum is a 20,000 square foot creation museum located in Glendive, Montana, on the border with North Dakota. It is the largest creation museum west of the Mississippi and the second-largest dinosaur museum in Montana.
The museum was opened in the summer of 2009 and presents a miriad of displays: full sized dinosaur skeletons, a model of Noah's ark, exhibits on biology, and exhibits on the Bible.
The museum owns a nearby property which was specifically purchased for the purpose of carrying on excavations for dinosaur bones in the world-famous Hell creek formation.
The dinosaur excavations are open to the public - a rare opportunity at any time, but these excavations are carried out within a Biblical framework and are family-oriented. Families can experience what it's like to excavate real dinosaur bones, and see the excavation techniques first hand.
More details are on the excavations information page.
"Stan" the T-rex, on exhibit.
The museum's full-sized Mosasaur skeleton.
Grand Canyon and Mt. St. Helens models.