How tall was a Tyrannosaurus rex? What was the longest dinosaur? An age-old mystery, dinosaurs continue to captivate both the old and the young. Bring your family to the Utah Field House of Natural History and intrigue the paleontologist in everyone.
Utah Field House of Natural History
Located in Vernal, Utah — an area often referred to as “Dinosaur Land” because it’s a goldmine of dinosaur remains — this modern museum brings dinosaurs to life. Simply jump in the car rental or SUV rental, and enter a land where dinosaurs are trying to climb through the museum windows. Below are just a few of the amazing things to do:
- Explore the exhibits. This state-of-the-art museum features countless interactive exhibits that help children and adults learn about dinosaurs and the world they lived in.
- Dig for fossils. Ready to be a paleontologist? You may find a fossil from a Spinosaurus, Brachiosaurus, or even a Triceratops.
- Walk with the dinos. Put things into perspective by walking through the Dinosaur Garden. This outdoor exhibit features several life-size replicas of dinosaurs, including a Tyrannosaurus rex that’s 20 feet tall with 6-inch teeth.
Entertaining, educational, and fun, make sure to add the Utah Field House of Natural History to the vacation itinerary. It’s also affordable. Below are the admission fees:
- Adult = $6
- Child = $3
- Children 5 and under = free
Planning a vacation in Utah? If so, Allsave Car Rental is the ticket to savings on the road. Located in Vernal just minutes from the Field House, we have a large selection of affordable rental cars, spacious van rentals, and even several sizes of pickup truck rentals. In addition to high-quality vehicles, we also offer incredible customer service.
We’ve been serving Vernal, Roosevelt, and the surrounding areas of Utah and Colorado for over 30 years. Call us at (435) 990-5577, or request a reservation online. We look forward to helping you at www.AllSaveUtah.com.
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