Glendive Dinosaur & Fossil Museum

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When you visit a major natural history museum today, you will see wide-eyed elementary and preschool children (not to mention their parents and teachers) being funneled into an abyss of scientific deception. No matter whether it’s the study of animals, earth science, or astronomy, the wonders of God’s creation are prostituted for evolutionism. And the end result is just more confusion, mystification, and cynicism in the lives of our young people and adults. Despite all the wonderful research and excellent outreach ministry of so many capable Christian scholars and ministries over the past 30 years, the culture we live in has amazingly taken a dive into what has been called post-modernism and even a post-Christian moral pit. The truth is “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge” (Hosea 4:6), and we are convinced there are adults, and especially many young people, whom God wants to set free from this lack of knowledge and bondage of deception. Many of them are not attracted to churches for various reasons; yet they may be inclined to see the wonders of God’s creation through visiting a public museum featuring “the rest of the story” about dinosaurs, the stars, the Flood, and the wonders of ancient man, as well as the scientific facts they are not hearing that insist upon creation and absolutely demolish evolutionism’s nonsense. It is to this end that the 20,000 sq. ft. Glendive Dinosaur & Fossil Museum was built. The Glendive Dinosaur & Fossil Museum houses several full size dinosaur and fossil exhibits plus a myriad of singular fossils, making it the largest dinosaur and fossil museum in the United States to present its fossils in the context of biblical creation. Additional exhibits will be added as funds become available. Check out our Future Exhibits section for a listing of exhibits.


Location: Northeast corner of I-94 exit 215 in Glendive, Montana. Hours: (April 1-May 14) Fridays & Saturdays 10am-5pm; (May 17-Sept. 3) Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm; (Sept. 9-Oct. 29) Fridays & Saturdays 10am-5pm. Admission: adults are $7, seniors (60+) are $6, students (13+) are $6, children (2-12) are $5 and children under 2 are free. Please call the museum at (406) 377-FACT (3228) for group rates, tour schedules, and best times to visit.