Dinosaurs of Patagonia: Teacher Familiarisation
4.30pm – 6.30pm, 4.45pm start
The dinosaurs are coming! Join the education team for a teacher familiarisation evening on Tuesday 19 July & Wednesday 17 August at our newest exhibition, Dinosaurs of Patagonia.
An extraordinary exhibition bringing together full-scale casts of dinosaurs from an ancient time in Patagonia, alongside incredible fossils and other new finds.
More than just another dinosaur exhibition, Dinosaurs of Patagonia is a journey through the scientific process and how paleontologists reconstruct the past by learning from nature and how our lives are inextricably linked to all living things, past and present.
Have a drink on arrival, receive information about the exhibition content, educational links and resources and then explore the exhibition.
What can you expect during the session?
- An introduction to content and educational links of the Dinosaur of Patagonia exhibition
- Information about arranging and managing a class visit to this exciting exhibition, including information on the School Intro Tour
- Time to explore and experience the exhibition for yourself after hours
- Opportunities to meet and speak to our Education Team network with other attendees
Designed for teachers and dinosaur aficionados, get ahead of the dino information curve. Places are limited, so be sure to book in early!
Location | Level 1, Dinosaurs of Patagonia exhibition entry
Time | 4.30pm – 6.30pm, 4.45pm start
About Dinosaurs of Patagonia
In a world first, this incredible exhibition brings together full-scale casts of dinosaurs from an ancient time in Patagonia, alongside incredible fossils and new finds.
Experience the sheer size of titanosaurs and walk with herbivores and carnivores from the Cretaceous, Jurassic and Triassic!
This striking exhibition features 13 dinosaurs, incredible fossils, 3D animations and video and interactive fun for all the family.
Dive into the chronicles of this ancient past, travel through the deserts of Patagonia, reveal mysteries of nature and understand your place as a human being in the complex balance of our natural history.
The exhibition will be at WA Museum Boola Bardip from Saturday 2 July – Sunday 23 October .