You can purchase your tickets at the museum. Ticket Prices are $10 for Adults and $9 for Children and Seniors.
Special Rates are available for large groups (15+ attendees) at $6 per person, and educators can reserve a time for tours and field trips Wednesday-Friday, at 10am, 12pm, or 2pm by calling 775-785-5961 or by emailing reserveparks@.gov
Your admission gives you access to the entire museum.
Parking is free at the Wilbur D. May Museum and they have plenty of space.
There is a small gift shop located inside the museum. They have stuff animals, books, and other items available for purchase.
Yes, there are restrooms available for you to use during your visit. The women’s restroom also had a changing table.
Expedition Dinosaur features 10 fully animatronic, larger-than-life dinosaurs with realistic movements and sounds. It also includes interactive stations, photo-ops, video centers, quizzes, educational videos, and more!
There are also a few hands-on interactive technologies throughout the exhibit that are fun for kids of all ages.
My kids loved Expedition Dinosaur. We took our time through the exhibit and stayed for about 2 hours. With each different room, they had hands-on activities that kept them engaged.
If your kids are interested in dinosaurs, they would enjoy this exhibit! We turned it into a learning experience and made sure to learn about each dinosaur they had featured at the exhibit.
Following each dinosaur, the kids got to stamp their passports and that itself was a lot of fun for them as they marked off each dinosaur.
Since we were there we took advantage of checking out the entire museum. My kids loved learning about Wilbur May and seeing all of the different animals they had on display.
If the weather is nice we recommend packing a picnic to enjoy at the park!
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Kacey received her bachelor's in Psychology while cheering for the University of Oregon. They moved to Reno in 2014 and have loved it ever since. She is a dedicated homeschooling mother to her three children.
She serves on the hospital board for Northern Nevada Health Systems and is passionate about her community.
Kacey loves exploring with her family and finding family-friendly events and activities! A few of her favorite things include family adventures, traveling, working out, coffee, and dessert!