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Dinosaurs at the Science Museum of Virginia

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RICHMOND, VA. (WTVR): Kids of all ages will be amazed with “Dinosaurs at the Science Museum for Virginia,” a new exhibit features a 9-foot tall, three-horned, plant-eating dinosaur and several interactive screens.

The favorite will definitely be the animatronic triceratops, the closer you get to him, he reacts by moving his head and making a sound. The more he senses your movement the more he will interact with you.

The exhibit will also give you the opportunity to “Be the Dinosaur” and explore what life was like as a dinosaur through an interactive virtual world. Dinosaurs at the Science Museum of Virginia is open now through May 11, this exhibit is included in admission, tickets are $11 with a $1 discount for ages 4-12 and 60 +. For more information call visit www.smv.org or call 804-864-1400.