Friday, September 14, 2007

Wow! Dinosaurs at Miami Science Museum

Scientific advisor to the exhibition Dr.
Matthew Lamanna and Maria Celeste

Dinosaurs of China at the Miami Science Museum is a fantastic exhibit. The large crowd who attended the VIP Opening Reception three days before the official opening was overwhelmed viewing some of the finest and rarest dinosaur fossils ever discovered in the world. The evening began with cocktails and passed oriental-style hors d’oeuvres. After the opening ceremonies by Museum President/CEO Gillian Thomas, everyone went through the Red Doors to see the exhibit of 66 dinosaur fossils that included an amazing 85-foot long fossilized skeleton of one of the longest-necked dinosaurs to have ever lived, which filled one whole museum room. Next the buffet dinner was served and then a special performance, The Drums of China, was held in the lobby. Both an entertaining and educational evening.

Frank Armstrong, Museum President/CEO
Gillian Thomas and Joseph Falk

Dr. Rodney, Linda and Alexander Benjamin
Michael Boccia, Honky Bowles
and Phil Moore


Anonymous Anonymous said...

We have yet to see a T-Rex. Where is it?? My kids have had their hearts set on it since we saw the sign driving past months ago. I am really trying to find it, but so far no luck. Can you please help?


June 11, 2011 at 2:21 AM  

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