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Museum of the Rockies [MT]

The Museum of the Rockies, according to its website, "houses one of the world’s largest collections of dinosaurs, permanent exhibits on Western history and American Indians, several changing exhibits each year, and a planetarium." During the summer months, it also operates the Living History Farm, which recreates life in the 1890s.

The museum offers exhibits, planetarium shows, classes, tours for school groups, traveling trunks for rent, professional development opportunities for educators, and other recreational and educational events.

 
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