Exhibitions for Lease
Wolf to Woof: The Story of Dogs
Wolf to Woof: The Story of Dogs is the largest and most comprehensive traveling exhibition ever created on the history, biology and evolution of Dogs. The exhibit sniffs out the facts on the unique role of dogs in human societies and what makes the human/dog relationship so unique. It uses the familiarity and love of these four-legged friends to explore science and biological concepts.
Sherlock Holmes and the Clocktower Mystery Exhibition
Sherlock Holmes and the Clocktower Mystery is a highly interactive and wildly entertaining murder-mystery that will test visitor’s powers of observation and deductive reasoning. Visitors will need a thinking cap and deerstalker to solve this baffling mystery. The exhibit is ideal for older children and adults and is especially suitable for family or group participation.
Battle of the Titans: Tyrannosaurs rex vs Triceratops
This is not your ordinary dinosaur exhibit. It places the two most famous and loved dinosaurs – Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops – within the context of their ecological environment and the natural forces that shaped their world. Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops were contemporaries, prowling the plains, creeks and woodlands of the late Cretaceous of North America, about 65 million years ago. Recent fossil discoveries and new evidence confirms that they did in fact, do battle.
Exhibits for Sale
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Wonderworks Exhibits Company makes the past, present. For over thirty years, Wonderworks has created natural history projects for museum and science center exhibits, as well as films, television and theme parks. Under the direction of Creative Director Hall Train, and with collaborations with leading paleontologists, biomechanical engineers, curators and museum designers, Wonderworks provides what are regarded as the finest and most scientifically authentic natural history, prehistoric life models in the world. Wonderworks provides theme and storyline development, interpretive and concept design, fabrication, installation, and on-going exhibit maintenance. Please contact Hall Train with questions and for additional information.