The Tyrannosaurus Exhibition Roars to Okinawa
Featuring a full-scale skeleton, over 12 meters long, and a group of smaller specimens thought to be just under the adult age, the Tyrannosaurus Exhibition brings to light the latest discoveries of the most recognizable name in dinosaur lore, the Tyrannosaurus Rex.
The exhibition will also feature another complete T-Rex skeleton named “Jane” as she is set to make her first roaring debut in public. The exhibition will have wall-to-wall explanation boards, both in Japanese and in English, that sheds light to the life and journey of the Tyrannosaurus Rex and the world in which they lived in. This is a great opportunity for children to get a close introduction to one of the most notorious dinosaurs that roamed the earth millions and millions of years ago.
The exhibition opens July 13th (Fri.) to September 9th (Sun.), from 9:00 to 18:00 from Sunday to Thursday (last entry 17:30) except Mondays (will open on July 16th, Monday for the Japanese holiday, Ocean Day, and close the following day, July 17th, Tuesday). On Fridays and Saturdays, the exhibition opens until 20:00 (last entry 19:30). Cost ¥1200 for adults, ¥1000 for University students and High School students, ¥800 for Junior High School and Elementary School students and ¥300 for under Elementary School and over 3 years of age.
The venue is at the Okinawa Prefectural Museum and Art Museum located at 3-1-1 Omoromachi, Naha City. Tel: 098-941-8200.