SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) -- Dinosaurs are back at the MOST, and this time, they're not going extinct.
The summer, the Museum of Science & Technology will welcome a permanent, 3,000-square foot dinosaur exhibit.
With this exhibit, visitors can travel back in time and get a feel for how these creatures lived.
“This is huge for the Syracuse community, for the MOST as a STEM learning center, and it’s what we do best – the intersection of science education and fun,” said Lauren Kochian, MOST President. “The MOST exists to educate and excite through exploration and hands-on learning. What better way is there to share the wonders of science than through huge, life-sized dinosaurs that captivate and fascinate all ages? We are thrilled to welcome this new permanent exhibit.”
This is Syracuse's first permanent life-size dino exhibit.
The dinosaur exhibit grand opening is planned for the evening of Wednesday, July 10, with MOST members, sponsors and donors invited to attend.
Opening weekend for the general public will take place Saturday, July 13, and Sunday, July 14.
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