T. rex: The Ultimate Predator @AMHN


Head to American Museum of Natural History and check out the T. rex: The Ultimate Predator, it will introduce you to the entire tyrannosaur superfamily and reveal the amazing story of the most iconic dinosaur in the world through stunning life-sized models, fossils and casts, and a shadow theater re-creating an epic battle.

How did a fluffy little critter turn into a massive killing machine? Every terrifying T. rex was once a helpless hatchling. And all tyrannosaurs evolved from smaller ancestors—some little bigger than this one as adults. The full tyrannosaur story spans 100 million years of evolution and includes dozens of species discovered around the world—including T. rex, uncovered in Montana in 1905 by American Museum of Natural History fossil hunter Barnum Brown.  Check out their story here.

Please note, some interactive and touchable exhibits are temporarily unavailable to maintain health and safety.

American Museum of Natural History
200 Central Park West
New York, NY 10024-5102
Phone: 212-769-5100

Exhibit timed tickets are available now thru March 14th, 2021

For NY, NJ, and CT residents (with ID)*: The amount you pay for General Admission is up to you.

Open 10 am–5:30 pm, Wednesday–Sunday

General Admission-Adult $23 / Child (3-12) $13 / Senior (60+) $18 / Student (with ID) $18

General Admission + one -Adult $28 / Child (3-12) $16.50 / Senior (60+) $22.50 / Student (with ID) $22.50

Members see it FREE! Use this code MEM20 for $20 on membership here

Purchase Timed Tickets Here

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