Progress on "Time Trail" behind Morrison Museum →
Volunteer Open House Today →
If you have a passion for paleontology, you’ll fit right in at the Morrison Natural History Museum. Stop by the Museum today (noon-4:30) and chat with staff and volunteers about joining the crew. Two positions are currently available; Paleontology Docents and Paleontology Lab Technicians. You bring enthusiasm, we’ll provide the training at no cost. Positions are limited, so don’t...
Join us for a tour! →
Tour the Museum with a guide. Learn about Morrison’s geologic setting, historic and modern local dinosaur discoveries and get brought up to date on current local paleontological research. The tours include touchable fossils, both real and cast, and participatory activities such as fossil preparation and a live reptile encounter. If you are interested in scheduling a tour for schoolchildren...
One observed fact is worth more than any amount of expert opinion.– 19th-century paleontological axiom, quoted by John Bell Hatcher The Ceratopsia - 1907
Welcome to MNHM's Blog-Newsletter
Dinosaurs and technology may seem like strange bedfellows but, those of you who know and love the Morrison Natural History Museum understand that our little teaching museum has quite a bit to say. Whether it is a new find made by our crew, a coming exhibit or special event, or a mildly amusing anecdote about old dead things and visitor reactions, you will find it here. Think of this blog as your...