Monday, March 18, 2013

Dinosaur Egg Hunt at Museum of Life + Science March 28-31

Bunnysaurus is coming to town and he’s only making one stop – Durham's Museum of Life and Science. Let's be honest, a dinosaur bunny is a great reason to visit Durham.  That, and it's got a whole lot of interesting activity all over town.  But the dino bunny is a big draw, undeniably.

Join The Museum of Life and Science for the Triangle’s only Jurassic-themed egg hunt Thursday, March 28 - Sunday, March 31 from 10 AM - 4 PM (Noon- 4 PM on Sunday). Children can:

  • Search for five different dino eggs, each with a science prize or passes to the new Jurassic Park in 3D movie inside! 
  • Take photos inside a dinosaur nest
  • See real fossils
  • Make a dinosaur craft. 

Tickets are $5 and does not include general admission to the museum. General admission is required for non-members age 3 and over. Only those collecting eggs require Dino Egg Hunt tickets, other family members may accompany ticket holders with paid admission. There is limited availability and, pre-registration is recommended. For more information: Call Reservations at 919-220-5429 x313.

For more information about events in Durham, visit the Durham Event Calendar.

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