P.O. Box 396
Glen Rose, TX 78043
(817) 897-4588

In 1909, a little girl discovered some huge tracks along the banks of the Paluxy River. Her family told her they were marks left behind by Native Americans, but the child didn't buy it. Roland T. Bird, a dinosaur expert, proved the little girl right when he declared the girl's findings were dinosaur tracks nearly 100 million years old.

Here you'll see tracks from a wide variety of dinosaurs, including plant-eaters, carnivores, and sauropods. This site also contains two dinosaur models from the 1964 New York Worlds Fair, courtesy of the Atlantic Richfield Company.

A small admissions fee is charged, and a gift shop is available on-site.

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