exhibits

Trilobite Treasures:

This exhibit presents these fine Paleozoic creatures in a way that tells a story of the prehistoric life in the ancient seas. The collection assembled over 35 years provides a unique snapshot of life in the ancient seas from 250 to 500 million years ago.

This exhibit explores the life and death of these creatures once so plentiful during the Cambrian period that it was called the Age of Trilobites. The exhibit is complete with actual trilobite specimens, charts, posters, artifacts, models, interactive units and wall texts and provides an excellent look into the ancient world of the Paleozoic seas.

Fossils of the Michigan Basin

This exhibit showcases commonly found Devonian through Pennsylvanian fossils of the Michigan Basin which includes Northern Indiana, Southern Ontario, Northern Ohio, Eastern Illinois and Wisconsin.

The exhibit consists of Creatures that once lived in the ancient tropical seas that dominated the area 350 million years ago. Creatures such as trilobites, corals, crinoids, gastropods, cephalopods, bryozoans, brachiopods and even primitive placoderm fish.

The exhibit can be installed in as little as 500 square feet or as large as 1000 square feet. It is perfect for smaller museums and nature centers. It also can be combined with the Trilobite Treasures exhibit.

Exhibit Specifications and Components

  • Types of Rock Floor Case w/specimens attached
  • Brachiopod Floor Case w/specimens attached
  • Petoskey Stone Floor Case w/specimens attached
  • Gastropod Floor Case w/specimens attached
  • Crinoid Floor Case w/specimens attached
  • Blue Ridge Esker Floor Case w/specimens attached
  • Carboniferous Floor Case w/specimens attached
  • Crinoid Wall Case w/specimens attached
  • Armor Plated Fish Floor Case w/specimens attached
  • Ice Age Table Case w/specimens attached
  • Fossil Sea Floor Table Case w/specimens attached
  • Table for Fossil Sea Floor component
  • Entrance Signage
  • 18 x 24 Fossils of the Michigan basin Unit
  • 60 x 28 Devonian Sea Mural
  • Dunkleosteus Mural
  • Ice Age Mural
  • 14 x 18 Michigan basin Wall Unit
  • 11 x 16 Fossil Find Unit
  • 1/2″ Edge Grip Standoffs (wall unit mounts)
  • Armor Plated Fish Floor Case w/specimens attached
  • Dunkleosteus Floor case
  • Ice Age Table Case w/speciments attached
  • Dunkleosteus Floor case
  • Ice Age Table Case w/specimens attached
  • 10 x 21 Cephalopod Wall Unit
  • 3 Crinoid Display panels mounted to Foam Core
  • Pop Up Field Tent for dig site hands-on area
  • Dump table for mini Fossil dig area

Dinosaur Prep-Lab: Bare Bones Edmontosaurus

Bone Cleaning Demonstrations provided during the run of the exhibit and REAL Edmontosaurus Bones on Display.

Exhibit Opened at Alden B. Dow Museum of Science and Art, Midland MI

Excellent add-on to any Dinosaur Exhibit. Patrons get a first-hand look at real bones and a prep lab. Dinosaur Bones, Models and displays the will excite and educate your visitors.

Who doesn’t love Dinosaurs?

Available Now For Future Bookings
Please Call for Details: 989-430-3980

Exhibit Specifications and Components

  • 1000 – 5500 Square feet less if wall units can be double hung.
  • 25 Linear feet of wall space that need not be contiguous
  • 5 venue provided floor display cases
  • Total venue case square footage – approximately 25 square feet
  • Lighting fixtures or spots for low-level light is preferred.
  • Ice Age Table Case w/specimens attached
  • Fossil Sea Floor Table Case w/specimens attached
  • Table for Fossil Sea Floor component
  • Entrance Signage
  • 18 x 24 Fossils of the Michigan basin Unit
  • 60 x 28 Devonian Sea Mural
  • Dunkleosteus Mural
  • Ice Age Mural
  • 14 x 18 Michigan basin Wall Unit
  • 11 x 16 Fossil Find Unit
  • 1/2″ Edge Grip Standoffs (wall unit mounts)
  • Armor Plated Fish Floor Case w/specimens attached
  • Dunkleosteus Floor case
  • Ice Age Table Case w/speciments attached
  • Dunkleosteus Floor case
  • Ice Age Table Case w/specimens attached
  • 10 x 21 Cephalopod Wall Unit
  • 3 Crinoid Display panels mounted to Foam Core
  • Pop Up Field Tent for dig site hands-on area
  • Dump table for mini Fossil dig area

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