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A T. rex Named Sue

No dinosaur in the world compares to SUE—the largest, most complete, and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex ever discovered.


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“What an amazing experience! We were thrilled by the record number of visitors and students that poured into Turtle Bay to see Sue." -Toby Osborn, Marketing Director, Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Redding, CA
At a heart stopping 42 feet (12.8 m) long and 12 feet (3.66 m) high at the hip, a spectacular full-sized skeleton cast of Sue is the centerpiece of this exciting bilingual exhibition.

T. rex Named Sue combines thrilling science, engaging educational activities, and blockbuster appeal in one of the most successful traveling exhibitions ever. Host venues have increased year-over-year attendance by 15 to 20%. A T. rex Named Sue engages visitors of all ages and has attracted over 6.5 million visitors from 57 cities in 12 countries.

This exhibit was created by The Field Museum, Chicago, and made possible through the generosity of McDonald’s ® Corporation.

Gallery Requirements:
3,000–3,500 ft2 (279–325 m2); ceiling height of at least 16 ft. (4.88 m); floor capacity of approximately 110 lbs. per ft2 (537 kg per m2)
One-way, outbound, paid by host venue
English and Spanish; additional language conversion to be provided by host venue

Additional Information:

Contact Us:

Lindsay Washburn, Traveling Exhibitons Manager. (+001) (312) 665-7311
Hilary Hansen, Traveling Exhibitions Manager. (+001) (312) 665-7370
Amy Bornkamp, Senior Manager of Exhibition Planning & Partnerships. (+001) (312) 665-7404