Today, Antarctica can be a forbidding land of snow and ice—but dinosaurs thrived there 200 million years ago in a lush, forested environment. Opening in 2018, this new exhibition follows Field Museum scientists on the thrilling search for never-before-seen fossils and sheds new light on our planet’s changing climate and geology.
Journey alongside early explorers, see our scientists’ groundbreaking discoveries firsthand, and witness the extreme conditions of expeditions to the “Frozen Continent.”
Antarctic Dinosaurs was developed by The Field Museum, Chicago in partnership with the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Discovery Place, and the Natural History Museum of Utah.
Generous support was provided by the Kenneth C. Griffin Charitable Fund.