Lourinhã dinosaur exhibition
The dinosaur museum is one of the best dinosaur exhibits in the area for Lourinhã’s collection of dinosaur fossils and original and replica dinosaur eggs. In this museum you can see the fossilised bones (real dinosaur findings) of some of the most fantastic animals that have ever lived in Portugal, such as the largest carnivore in Europe, Torvosaurus, or some of the rarest dinosaur fossils, including the important nest of dinosaur eggs and the tiny bones of Lourinhanosaurus embryos.
Discover these and other secrets at the Dino Parque Jurassic park, not only from the Jurassic era but also from other periods of dinossaur life when dinosaurs a2nd other fantastic animals roamed the world. Visit the best paleontology museums and onf of the best lisbon outdor museum.
Live Lab – The Palaeontology Preparation Laboratory is where the best fossils fossils and dinosaur eggs are received and carefully worked on after their excavation and removal from the fossilisation site.
The dinosaur fossils and bones are carefully removed and prepared before they are put on display at the museum of natural history the dinosaur museum.
GEAL - MUSEU DA LOURINHÃ
GEAL Museu da Lourinhã – GEAL is the association that manages and operates Lourinhã Museum and is responsible for dinosaur fossils (real dinosaur bones) and replicas, such as the dinosaur eggs on display at Dino Parque. It is this association that organises the fieldwork and research in the region the has uncovered findings from the Jurassic and other periods.
Lourinhã Museum is located in the town centre and is certainly worth visiting being a great complement to the visit of this Amazing Park.
Find out more about fossils and other findings discovered in Lourinhã at Museu da Lourinhã, see real dinosaur bones and enjoy learning more about dinosaur life
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This exhibition focuses on the five largest predatory dinosaurs in Europe, discovered in Portugal, Germany and England.
Wiehenvenator, Torvosaurus, Allosaurus, Baryonyx and Neovenator - these are the five largest predators that lived in what is now Europe. They belong to the family of therapods, bipedal dinosaurs and mostly carnivores.
Was each of the “Big 5+” at the top of your ecosystem's food chain, prepared to discover these fantastic dinosaurs?