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Aligned to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) In 2021, D&D engaged teachers to help design and test lesson plans based on D&D for both middle school and high school. They developed eight new lesson plans based on D&D, including: Middle School Did if Fly? (The Quetzalcoatlus) Is it a Dinosaur? (Dinosaur anatomy) Mary Anning: TheContinue reading “Lesson Plans”
To ensure a successful run, D&D supports its customers with lesson plans, tour scripts and other resources. Tour Script. A 45 minute script is included which can be tuned to the specific layout of the host exhibit. It provides a framework for tour guides/docents, highlighting important and interesting features of the exhibit and ensuring visitors getContinue reading “Exhibit Suport”
Highlights of the exhibit A number of professional videos have been made about Darwin & Dinosaurs and the specimens featured in the exhibit.
What is the smallest space D&D can fit into? D&D can fit into 5,000 sq ft. but not with all the dinosaurs. If you have a smaller hall and you would like to know if D&D would work, send us a floor plan and we will create a 3D digital model for you to lookContinue reading “FAQs”
Visitor Feedback D&D places a comment box at the exit of the exhibit to get feedback from visitors. Hundreds of visitors have completed the cards and the results speak for themselves: The overall average score is 4.4 of 5. The Museum of Science & History (MOSH) in Jacksonville, Florida, hosted the Darwin & Dinosaurs exhibitContinue reading “Visitor Feedback”
Pricing for Darwin & Dinosaurs is very simple.* For the first three months it is $75,000/month (3 month minimum) For the next three months it is $50,000/month For the every month thereafter it is $25,000/month For example, six months would be $375,000, or $62,500/month. Nine months would be $450,000 or $50,000/month. There are no otherContinue reading “Pricing”
Brandable, Customizable D&D provides a number of important resources to help make the exhibit a success including a richly illustrated, brandable/customizable Exhibit Guide. Below are sample pages from the D&D Exhibit Guide. Host venues can brand the Guide with their logo and even design a unique cover. Perfect for VIP events and/or to sell inContinue reading “Exhibit Guide”
From shelf height to signs to the interactives, D&D is designed with accessibility in mind and follows the Smithsonian Guidelines for Accessible Exhibition Design.
Setup and Strike
No drama. Five days. D&D is a no-drama, fixed price exhibit. It takes five days to setup and five days to take down (maybe less, never more). We need two people at the host site to help with unloading/loading during setup/strike and 400 sq ft to store crates. That’s it. Check our references. Our professionalsContinue reading “Setup and Strike“
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