Pterosaur: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs
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Pterosaur: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs

June 15, 2019 – Sept. 2, 2019

Look up—if you dare

Big as a fighter jet, or small as a sparrow, they lived for 150 million years—the original fear in flight. Don't miss the largest gathering ever of winged reptiles in this limited-time, Canadian premiere exhibition.

Live like a flying predator. Navigate a pterosaur over a prehistoric landscape. Soar, turn, or dip over land and water, and even swoop down to catch fish. Experience this larger-than-life exhibition for yourself.

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Two people look at pterosaur fossils on a wall.

Crest Gallery
A gallery display illustrates the incredible variety of pterosaur crests—from a dagger-shaped blade that juts from the head to a giant, sail-like extension.

People look at a large diorama with flying pterosaurs.

Diorama - Two Thalassodromeus pterosaurs with impressive 14-foot wingspans swoop down to catch Rhacolepis fish in their toothless jaws in this large diorama showing a detailed re-creation of a dramatic Cretaceous seascape.

A large model of a pterosaur hangs over visitors.

Quetzalcoatlus Model - A full-size model of the 10 m wingspan Quetzalcoatlus northropi—the largest pterosaur known to date—hangs above visitors.

A boy looks at a large video screen showing a pterosaur.

Fly Like a Pterosaur Exhibit - Visitors can “pilot” a flying pterosaur over a prehistoric landscape in a whole-body interactive exhibit that uses motion-sensing technology.

Plan Your Visit


Free for members.
Tax is not included.

Save $2 on a ticket combo that includes Pterosaur: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs, a 3D movie and general admission.


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