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Get Your Prehistoric Passport Stamps on this Montana Dinosaur Trail

by Holly Riddle

Jun 8, 2023

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Destinations / North America

You’ve seen cities with food trails, music trails and mural trails — but what about a dinosaur trail? That’s what Montana offers.

 

Grab your Montana Dinosaur Trail Prehistoric Passport to see 14 different points of interest across a dozen Montana destinations. You do have to purchase passports for $7 each, but the passport is valid for five years from the purchase date and, once you visit all 14 points of interest and collect your passport stamps, you’ll get a commemorative t-shirt.

 

Don’t want to buy the passport, but still want to follow the trail?

 

You can do that, too, by simply visiting the 14 museums and educational centers featured throughout the state. If you do, you’ll get the chance to see some of the most unique dinosaur finds in the world.

 

For example, Montana Dinosaur Center displays the first baby dinosaur bones located in North America. In Bozeman, Montana, Museum of the Rockies displays Montana’s T. Rex, discovered in the late 1990s and considered one of the most complete T. Rex skeletons in existence. Museum of the Rockies also displays the world’s largest collection of T. Rex and Triceratops specimens.

 

For more, check out the full trail and all activities.

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