This Fascinating Prehistoric Destination In Wyoming Is Perfect For Your Next Outing

Wyoming is well known for prehistoric landmarks – some of our most fascinating rock formations, mountains and forests have millions of years of history behind them. Long before humans walked the earth, dinosaurs called Wyoming home – and there’s still plenty of evidence they left behind. If you’re interested in learning about Wyoming’s dinosaur history, there’s no better place to go than the town of Thermopolis.

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You’ll have to make a reservation to join the Dig for a Day, which costs $150 per adult and $100 per child. Call the center at (307) 864-2997 or (800) 455-DINO to save your spot!

You can find another fascinating, prehistoric spot in Wyoming at the Castle Gardens; read all about it here: Most People Don’t Know About These Strange Ruins Hiding In Wyoming