Dinosaurs in Motion exhibit opens at the Science Center

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(KTVI) - Do you or your kids love dinosaurs? Then the St. Louis Science Center is the place to be. The new Dinosaurs in Motion exhibit opened Monday. There were already two huge robotic dinosaurs on the lower level of the museum. Now, 14 more recycled life-size metal dinosaur sculptures are in place ready to engage and educate.

Visitors can even channel artist John Payne, who started building these robotic reptiles with sketches. Kids can produce their own sketches while learning about the laws of motion.

Dinosaurs in Motion will be at the Science Center through Labor Day weekend. 

Website: SLSC Dinosaurs in Motion


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  • Ed Golterman

    End the Zoo-Museums District taxes now, abolis the taxing district-save property owners in the County $50 million a year and property owners in the City $20 million a year and let them freely place this money into the economy. The 5 institutions have not needed direct tax support for a decade. They have evolved big money flows and still have Forest Park forever raking in money, every year.

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