Dino trail

Are you a dinosaur fan? Use our quick guide to find some of the Museum's most famous and imposing specimens. Flip the image to see a location clue.

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Triceratops

Location: Dinosaurs gallery

Photograph of a Triceratops skull Map showing the Triceratops specimen location in the Museum

See the skull of this amazing plant-eater, with its three horns, parrot-like beak and large frill.

Iguanodon

Location: Dinosaurs gallery

Photograph of Iguanodon on display Map showing the Iguanodon specimen location in the Museum

Iguanodon was one of the first species described as a dinosaur.

Baryonyx

Location: Dinosaurs gallery

Photograph of Baryonyx specimen Map showing the Baryonyx specimen location in the Museum

This is one of the largest meat-eaters ever unearthed in Europe.

Mantellisaurus

Location: Hintze Hall

Photograph of Mantellisaurus specimen Map showing the Mantellisaurus specimen location in the Museum

This specimen is one of the most complete dinosaur fossils ever discovered in the UK.

Dacentrurus

Location: Fossil Marine Reptiles

Photograph of Dacentrurus bones on display Map showing the Dacentrurus specimen location in the Museum

This is the first stegosaur specimen to be scientifically described.

Stegosaurus

Location: Earth Hall

Photograph of a nearly complete Stegosaurus skeleton Map showing the Stegosaurus specimen location in the Museum

Come face-to-face with the most complete Stegosaurus skeleton ever found.

T. rex

Location: From the Beginning

Photograph of T. Rex skull in the gallery Map showing the T. rex skull specimen location in the Museum

On the first floor of the Red Zone you'll find a skull of the formidable T. rex.

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