Dakota Dinosaur Museum
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The Dakota Dinosaur Museum is a dinosaur museum located in Dickinson, North Dakota, USA. The museum was first proposed in 1987 and it opened in 1994. The 13,400-square-foot (1,240 m2) museum is run by volunteers.
The museum contains dinosaur replicas that were made by a company in Utah together with artists from Texas and North Dakota. Most of the artifacts in the museum were donated by Larry and Alice League. The museum is open from May to Labor Day.
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