If you and your loved ones are a dinosaurs fan family, you will love to visit these great places in Kansas! As well as learning about these animals that walked the Earth many years ago, you will have a great time, and kids will have so much fun! Kansas has a fascinating history, so what better way to learn about it than with the entire family? Check out this list of ten great places to learn about dinosaurs and Kansas’ past!

Where: 2999 N Rock Rd, Derby, KS 67037, USA
Hours: March 14th – March 22nd: Everyday. Trails: 10 AM – 5 PM | Jurassic Golf: 10 AM– 5 PM | April 18th – May 17th: Saturdays & Sundays. Trails: 10 AM – 5 PM | Jurassic Golf: Friday 4- 9 PM | Saturday 10 AM – 9 PM | Sunday 10 AM – 6 PM | May 23th – Aug. 9th: Tuesday – Sunday. Trails: 10 AM – 6 PM | Jurassic Golf: 10 AM – 9 PM | Aug. 15th – Nov. 1st: Saturdays & Sundays. Trails: 10 AM – 5 PM | Jurassic Golf: Saturday 10 AM– 9 PM | Sunday 10 AM – 6 PM

This amazing place features over 40 life-sized, realistic dinosaurs that come to life through robotics and imagination!

Discover the story of dinosaurs presented on 14 acres of tall grasses, trails, and an outdoor amphitheater. There are cool activities for every member of the family too!

Where: 700 W 3rd St, Oakley, KS, USA
Hours: Monday-Friday 9 AM-noon / 1 PM – 5 PM | Saturday 9 AM -3 PM

See a great variety of large dinosaur fossils from Kansas, old tools, mineral specimens, mineral folk art, and more.

At the Fick Fossil and History Museum, the whole family can learn about Kansas’ past and the dinosaurs that walked in the area.

Where: 835 E 1st St N, Wichita, KS, USA
Hours: 10 AM – 5 PM Monday to Saturday | 12 PM – 5 PM Sunday | Open year-round but closed Thanksgiving, Christmas & Easter.

The Museum of World Treasures offers many amazing exhibits for dinosaur lovers and those who want to learn more about history.

The great Fossil Gallery features fossilized skeletons, a fossil and cast touching station, and so much more! A great option of places to learn about dinosaurs and Kansas’ past!

Where: 3000 Sternberg Dr, Hays, KS 67601, USA
Hours: Winter Hours (Oct 1-March 19): Tuesday -Saturday 9 AM-6 PM | Sunday 1 PM -6 PM | Summer Hours (March 20-Sept 30): Monday-Saturday 9 AM-6 PM | Sunday 1 PM -6 PM

Get ready to see a giant animated T-rex and life-size dinosaurs at the Sternberg Museum of Natural History!

You will get to enjoy interesting collections such as meteorites that have fallen in Kansas.

Where: 401 U.S. 83, Scott City, KS 67871, USA
Hours: Daily 9 AM- 5 PM

See local Kansas fossils including a 20-foot Mosasaur and a 14-foot Xiphactinus, as well as fish, turtle, and more fossil displays.

The entire family will enjoy a visit to the Keystone Gallery!

Where: 6425 SW 6th Ave, Topeka, KS, USA
Hours: Open 9 AM – 5 PM Tuesday to Saturday | 1 PM – 5 PM Sunday | Open year-round, but closed Mondays.

What better place to learn about Kansas’ past than at the Kansas Museum of History?

The entire family can learn more about the people of Kansas, see amazing exhibits, and have a great time!

Where: 1771 Cherry Ave, Goodland, KS, USA
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday: 9 AM– 5 PM | June to August only: Sunday 1 PM – 5 PM | Closed Tuesdays and major holidays.

See over 8,000 objects representing hundred years of Northwestern Kansas history!

At the High Plains Museum, you will learn about the people of Western Kansas, descendants of the Native Americans, and so much more!

Where: 204 S Main St, Wichita, KS, USA
Hours: Tuesday to Friday 11 AM to 4 PM | Saturday to Sunday 1 PM to 5 PM | Closed Mondays and some holidays.

The Wichita Historical Museum features exhibits that showcase life in Wichita over the centuries.

The family will have a nice time at this amazing museum, the location is considered an exhibit on itself!

Where: 598 Front St, Dodge City, KS, USA
Hours: Summer hours: Daily 8 AM – 8 PM | Off-season: 9 AM – 5 PM | 1 PM – 5 PM Sundays | All-year-round. Summer hours Memorial Day to Labor Day. | Closed New Years Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Enjoy many lively, creative, and interactive displays at this outdoor museum.

The family will love this Old West experience!

Where: 100 S Walnut St, Hutchinson, KS, USA
Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 9 AM– 5 PM | Saturday 11 AM – 5 PM | Closed Sunday and Monday.

Learn all about Reno County history with exhibits, events, educational programs, and more!

The family will have a nice time learning, and kids can enjoy imaginative and historical children’s play area! A great option of places to learn about dinosaurs and Kansas’ past!