Free and open to the public, the BYU Museum of Paleontology shows visitors the cutting edge of dinosaur science. Though small, the museum is a thriving hotbed of discovery—and makes you a part of it. Travel through time with fully mounted dinosaur displays, some of the animals so new they haven’t yet been named. Be there as the discovery happens, watching scientists and students at work through the display window of a real fossil laboratory.
Approximately 25,000 visitors a year come here to see dinosaur fossils prepared, to touch real fossils, and to learn about the ancient life of our planet.