Wyoming Dinosaur Center

  • DINO DIG at the Wyoming Dinosaur Center

  What's more exciting for kids than seeing dinosaur bones? Digging them up, of course. The Wyoming Dinosaur Center, 120 miles southeast of Yellowstone National Park, offers kids 8-13 a chance to join scientists and technicians for two-day digs this summer. Already unearthed: sauropod remains (those long-necked veggie-eaters from Jurassic Park) and allosaur teeth and tracks. This is the third season for the "kids' dig." Contact the Wyoming Dinosaur Center, Box 868, Thermopolis, WY 82443 (800/455-DINO).