Aathal Dinosaur Museum

Sauriermuseum Aathal


The Sauriermuseum Aathal (Aathal Dinosaur Museum) has been around for more than 20 years: be surprised by the extensive exhibits and the countless activities on offer.

Immerse yourself in a bygone world and experience how the bizarre dinosaurs, the rulers of land of yesteryear, could have lived. Much about their lives remains hidden from us, but with each new fossil discovery and joint research effort, a bit more light is shone on this dark past. In this day there is a wide realm of knowledge, attractively staged in the Aathal Dinosaur Museum and waiting to be experienced.

In addition to the tour of the museum, films, play activities and more draw visitors. If so requested, special offers can be booked or participation in selected activities can be arranged. Visits to the museum are recommended for families with children aged 4 and above. Following a reservation, we will offer museum tours for groups in English.

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We look forward to your visit!

Exhibitions and events

Main hall of dinosaur skeletons

Permanent exhibition

Original skeletons of Upper Jurassic Dinosaurs (Morrison Formation, Wyoming, USA): Allosaurus ("Big al Two") Camarasaurus ("E.T.") Othnielosaurus ("Barbara") Camtosaurus ("Arky") Diplodocus ("HQ...

The Stegosurus hall

Permanent exhibition

Stegosaurs from the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation (Wyomiung, USA) Three original Stegosaurus skeletons ! These are "Moritz", "lilly" and "Victoria", the last one with remains of skin...

European Dinosaurs

Permanent exhibition

European Dinosaurs An overview of the Dinosaur finds in Europe. Here, modern research on dinosaurs actually started with the British Researchers Gideon Mantell and Richard Owen. Later finds in...

Educational programs

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