There were a bunch of school kids there, but I guessed they were there for the main exhibits, not the new one. and, I guessed correctly: the Chinasaurs exhibit was empty!
School buses as far as the eye can see!
Look! This Friday Field tip is guest-starring Amy, Blake and Eli.
One of the many Chinasaur skeletons.
A model of an embryonic dino in its egg.
And, the high-speed milling about begins.
Amy explains to the boys that they are about to get a dose of that taser in her hand. (just kidding, I have no idea what she has)
More touchy-feely. With Aldous being a strange/cute on the right.
There were several animated dino models, too.
It's a small exhibit, and the boys flew through it at warp speed, so we headed outside for some more play and our lunch. But not before Amy stocked up Capri Sun. William looks sad because I made him put his back.
The bronze woolly mammoth
These had a lot of bees on them.
Lunch with friends.
Checking out a few more things around fair park.
Crashing through the underbrush.
William made a big "garden"
Aldous beat a giant stick against the ground. A lot.
When Aldous got tired he got in the stroller and asked to be buckled in.
They had some more mammoth fun on the way out.
Eli practiced his circus stunts, then we headed home!
That's all folks! For Museum of Nature and Science members, the Chinasaur exhibit is $1 for any age. If you're not a member, it's $5 each plus the cost of your admission (between $7 and $10). This exhibit will be there until September 5.