Exhibits

Have a look through our featured exhibits and explore the wonders of our planet Earth.

Mary Anning Day 2020

International Museum Day at the Pacific Museum of Earth, honoring Mary Anning May 17 | Birthday of Mary Anning (1799-1847)

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Swimming Elasmosaur

This majestic sea creature once swam through the Cretaceous sea.

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Lambeosaurus

Meet the museum’s 75 million year old dinosaur.

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Am I a Dinosaur?

This six-part exhibit is a hands-on collection of specimens that you can touch and examine closely – when the museum

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Much about Minerals

Explore our mineral exhibits and and learn something new and fascinating in each case!

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Magnificent Minerals

Zooming detailed images of some of our most extraordinary specimens.

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OmniGlobe

See Earth phenomena on a sphere.

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Fossils

See the remains or traces of organisms preserved from the past.

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Jelly Roll

Visit this unusual sedimentary rock, which is not a tasty dessert.

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Natural Disasters

Explore Earth’s most powerful forces.

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Weather Alley

Create a real tornado and report the weather on the evening news.

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Evolution of Earth

Understand how Earth has evolved over the last 4.5 billion years.

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Outdoor Rock Slabs

Examine and enjoy some of nature’s most stunning rocks on this self-guided tour.

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Hominids Hall

Hallway of Hominid skull replicas.

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