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Much of the museum is about people I grew up knowing or knowing about in the Lemmon area. The dinosaur presentations are based on the creationist view of prehistory as seen by the triceratops sculpture at the entrance by local artist, John Lopez. Go if...More
High-quality displays portray the area's history from prehistory through the recent present. Our group of all ages ALL found something of interest: sculpture, prairie settlers, geology, Native Americans...
Includes a gift shop.
Visited family in Lemmon. We took my two daughters over to the museum. We were met by a very sweet lady. My oldest daughter is blind so I enquirers as to what she could and couldn’t touch. Most everything my daughter could touch. While we...More
We travelled to Lemmon to see John Lopez's sculptures, one of which is outside, and one inside the museum and those alone were worth the visit there. However, the museum had much more than that. It had a large creationist 'science' section, the first like...More
This was a nice museum, which had some nice local fossil examples and some interesting historic piece. There was also some amazing bronze art by a local artist, which would be worth going to see all by itself (making use of existing/old metal to make...More
This museum has local treasures from cowboy days but focuses on local palentiological finds. Located on the main road it is impossible to miss. There are great displays on local cowboys, farmers, Native Americans, and their ties to the land and what lays beneath it....More
Learned a lot about dinosaur fossils and the early settler life. Did not know that you could you find fossils and petrified wood, right in someones back yard and you have to see the petrified park, it is AWESOME