About Dickinson Museum Center
Dickinson Museum Center is a 12 acre campus conveniently located just off Interstate 94 in Dickinson, North Dakota. The Center consists of four complimentary components:
Badlands Dinosaur Museum houses the largest collection of real dinosaur fossils on display in North Dakota, including a complete Triceratops skull, six full dinosaur skeletons, hundreds of fossils, a colorful mineral collection—and hands-on activities. The window of our visitor-friendly fossil laboratory allows you to watch paleontologists at work preparing recently discovered fossils for research and display.
Joachim Regional Museum celebrates Dickinson, ‘The Queen City of the Prairie’ and southwestern North Dakota. Visit the Joachim for a taste of history and art from ‘The Western Edge.’
Prairie Outpost Park features historic and ethnic structures that help tell the story of southwest North Dakota. Stroll the grounds or join one of our guided summer tours.
Pioneer Machinery Hall. Visit a marvelous collection of historic agricultural implements that take you out on the range or down to the farm. Presented by the Stark County Historical Society.
Dickinson Museum Center is a department of the City of Dickinson.