School & Group visits

NOTE: This exhibition ran from 27 March to 5 October and has now ended.

Dinosaur Discovery Schools and GroupsWhat you need to know to when plan your group or school visit to Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous.

Groups are comprised of 10+ persons viewing the exhibition together. All Group visits are managed with Priority Admission tickets to a scheduled time.
For more group visit information, Learning Programs and resources, see below.

Take a step back in time to experience life on earth 145 million years ago, get up close with these titans of the Cretaceous, experience how they moved, roared, gnashed and bellowed. Explore the sights, sounds and size of over 20 magnificent dinosaurs in this immersive, multisensory exhibition which will showcase how a modern day museum can reconstruct the past from fossil to fantastic. 

Queensland Museum is the first destination of this international tour from Western Australian Museum.
Exhibition available from late Term 1 to Term 3 inclusive.

Make a Booking


Includes children's groups such as scouts, vacation care, homeschool networks, etc.


Special offers available for adult groups (ages 16+).

The Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous exhibition is a ticketed experience.
PLEASE NOTE: A booking fee applies to your whole group booking 

School students
Groups of children


 Supervising adults

as per ratio




 Yr 7-10

Yr 11-12 

 1 adult FREE for every





 Additional adults


 Additional adults (conc.)


Adults (16 years+)


Plan your whole day with us

On the day of your exhibition visit, you may wish to include other exhibitions or programs within the Museum and/or Sciencentre.

Book additional Museum experiences as part of your visit
These may include:

Learning Resources

This exhibition is complemented with a downloadable Teacher Resource (2283 KB) pdf document icon. This offers some Australian Curriculum Links and activities to extend learning in the classroom.
Please note: This document was produced for Western Australian Museum, so some content is not relevant to the exhibition season at Queensland Museum

Queensland Museum can also offer a range of supporting resources to use in the classroom. Suggestions include: