AAA Editor Notes
Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum, 496 E. Main St., has hands-on exhibits that depict the prehistoric background of the Uinta Basin. Visitors are greeted by a 90-foot skeleton of a diplodocus, a plant-eating dinosaur, before entering a theater to view a brief film. Several other dinosaur skeletons, a simulated dig site, sights and sounds from millions of years ago, a wall of leaf fossils, and a fenced dinosaur garden with life-size replicas also can be seen.
Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.