New Jurassic Park-like Exhibit Roars into the Mayer Museum at Angelo State University


SAN ANGELO- The Mayer Museum at Angelo State University has added a little more Jurassic Park flare to its popular displays.

The Mayer Museum, located at 2501 Avenue N in added seven new dinosaur skeletons to the collection. Admission to the museum is free. The museum is open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. every Tuesday through Saturday.


The Mayer Museum is a 32,000 square foot building that has several exhibits including: natural history, dinosaur skeletons, and a “kid cave” where children can get up close and personal with interactive games and biology specimen. This area can also be rented out for field trips.

You can contact the Mayer Museum at [email protected] or call 325-942-2785.

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