Utah Dinosaurs (page 3)

(hit "refresh" to get the most recent version of this page; click on photos for larger images)

Utah State University Eastern Prehistoric Museum
Price, UT
These two dinosaur sculptures are installed outside the Utah State University Eastern Prehistoric Museum. The steel figures were created by Gary Prazen. The "Allosaurus Killing Comptosaurus" was completed in 1979 while the "Utahraptor" is from 2005. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

Dinosaur Museum
Blanding, UT
The Dinosaur Museum features the sculptures of Stephen Czerkas. There are a few life-sized dinosaurs and many detailed smaller sculptures. The museum also has skeletons, fossils, ephemera, and a gift shop. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.

Dinosaur National Monument
Jensen, UT


The 1964 New York World's Fair Stegosaurus was donated to the Dinosaur National Monument in 1970. The statue is 23 feet long and 10 feet high. It was painted green up until about 1995 when it got this more psychedelic look. In 2011, the statue was repainted different colors. In 2016, it was announced that the statue would be repainted more natural colors. It is now painted bronze. [map]

George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park
Ogden, UT
The Eccles Dinosaur Park opened in 1993 with 26 life-size dinosaurs. There are now more than 100 life-sized dinosaurs. They are displayed in a natural outdoor environment that includes sound effects (walking and roaring sounds, crashing trees, etc.). The largest of the statues is a 45 foot long, 20 foot tall Tyrannosaurus. Inside the museum, there are two animatronic dinosaurs (bottom row of photos above) and other goodies. There is also a playground for kids. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

More Utah Dinosaurs:
Moab Giants (Moab)

UT Dinos
page 1
UT Dinos
page 2
Main Page  
Copyright. All photos at this website are copyrighted and may only be used with my consent. This includes posting them at Facebook, Pinterest, blogs, other websites, personal use, etc.

Tips & Updates. If you have suggestions about places that I haven't covered, historical info, or updates about places/things that have been remodeled or removed, I'd love to hear from you: