When was the last time you saw a Tyrannosaurus or an Edmontosaurus (duck-bill), or a teratathoneus?
Well now is your chance! An amazing dinosaur exhibit has been secured from John Hankla of Danville, KY that will be at the Kentucky Gateway Museum Center September 16, 2014 through January 4, 2015.
Many are plaster casts of skeletons from several seasons of excavating and fieldwork at a Wyoming site along with real bones from some of these animals, still wrapped in their plaster field-jackets.
The Hankla collections have been on exhibit at the Cranbrook Institute of Science (Bloomfield Hills, MI), Boulder Fest (Denver, CO), Black Hills Institute (Hill City, S.D.), the Museum of Ancient Life (Thanksgiving Point, Utah), the Tate Geological Museum (Casper, Wyo.), the Wyoming Dinosaur Center (Thermopolis, Wyo.), Graves Museum of Archeology and Natural History, Inc. (Dania Beach, Fla.), Detroit Children’s Museum (MI), Lexington Children’s Museum (Ky.), Newport Aquarium (Ky.), Norton Center (Danville, KY) and several other locations.
The Kentucky Gateway Museum Center is located at 215 Sutton St., Maysville, KY. Call (606)565-5865 for more information or to schedule a group tour. Visit our website at: www.kygmc.org