Darwin & Dinosaurs (D&D) is a fun, fascinating and educational exhibit designed to encourage visitors to explore, discover and learn about evolution.
The exhibit features dinosaurs, touchscreen interactives, rare books, scientific instruments and a giant touchscreen wall where kids can play Hungry Birds, a video game that demonstrates natural selection and which is recommended by the NSTA.
D&D features seven large touchscreens that allow visitors to explore different topics from the origin of birds to Mary Anning’s life, from the basics of evolution to the wildlife of the Galapagos Islands.
The exhibit can flex from 5,000 to 10,000 square feet (minimum ceiling height of 12 ft) and includes the following major components:
- Eighteen (18) complete skeletons
- Seven large touchscreens (42″ to 70″)
- Touchscreen wall video game (12′ x 7′)
- Eighteen display cases with over eighty (80) artifacts
- First edition of Darwin’s Origin of the Species (1859)
Hundreds of visitors have completed comment cards on the exhibit and the overall average score is 4.4 out of 5, or 88%. Visitors love it.