Burpee Museum of Natural History

Rockford, Ill.


 
 

737 N. Main St.
Rockford, Ill. 61103
(815) 965-3433
www.burpee.org
Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. Closed holidays
Admission: $8, $7 kids 4-12, free kids 3 and under

Established in 1941, the Burpee Museum of Natural History is the home of "Jane," the world's best preserved and most complete Tyrannosaurus rex, and "Homer", a teen-aged Triceratops, and is one of the preeminent mid-sized natural history museums in the nation. Its mission is to inspire all people to engage in a lifetime of discovery and learning about our natural world, through preservation and interpretation. Burpee Museum also offers a number of different summer camps from June through July for ages 4-12.

 
 
 







 
 
 
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