These ancient creatures have decided to make an appearance at Portland’s very own Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI). If you’re looking for a fun and educational spring break idea for the whole family, check out this interesting exhibit, titled “Dinosaurs: China’s
Ancient Giants”. View actual dinosaur skeletons, fossils, dinosaur eggs, Chinese murals and more. You will discover the lives of such dinosaurs as the Mamenchisaurus, Velociraptor and Lufengosaurus…just to name a few.

OMSI’s dinosaur exhibit will be open until September 1, 2008. Please visit www.omsi.edu for more information, and have a blast learning about China’s ancient giants!

There are a number of other exciting dinosaur events taking place in Portland, from a dinosaur egg exhibit at the Portland Classical Chinese Gardens to a rainforest full of dinosaurs at the Oregon Zoo. Please visit www.TravelPortland.com for more information.

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