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Dinosaurs and Birds - The Link Between Them

Adult Group Tours

Tours at the Dinosaur Discovery Museum

Passengers exiting streetcar

When you visit, consider a ride on Kenosha’s authentic electric streetcar system. The streetcar stops right next to the Museum!

Located in Southeast Wisconsin, the Dinosaur Discovery Museum features the nation’s largest display of meat-eating theropod dinsoarus and focuses on the evolution of theropods into modern birds.

It is also home to the Carthage Institute of Paleontology located on the lower level of the Museum. The Institute collects and studies dinosaur specimens which are stored at the Museum and on display for visitors.

Reservations are required for groups of more than nine people. Group leaders and bus drivers receive complimentary admission.

For group rates and booking information, contact the education services coordinator at 262-653-4433.

For Museum hours and driving directions, see our Visitors Guide page.

Our Location

The Dinosaur Discovery Museum is located in beautiful downtown Kenosha. Experiencing our historic downtown neighborhood is just one of the many perks of visiting the Museum. Located along the scenic shores of Lake Michigan, downtown Kenosha is a vibrant neighborhood with distinctive shopping, dining, parks, and cultural opportunities for all. Here is more information on the happenings, area attractions, and recreational activities in our neighborhood.