Come Face-To-Face With The Most Engaging T. rex Exhibition Ever To Tour The Globe
Meet Victoria & Experience The Awe-Inspiring Exhibition At Arizona Science Center
Learn About Victoria’s Discovery, Preservation & Ongoing Research
The Tyrannosaurus rex is the most iconic dinosaur known to man.
It is also one of the rarest. Less than 60 T. rex specimens have been discovered to date, and only a fraction of those are housed in museums for public viewing.
Victoria was discovered outside Faith, South Dakota in 2013.
Following her excavation, Victoria was brought to a lab in British Columbia. Since her arrival, she has carefully studied and meticulously restored.
With 199 bones discovered to-date, Victoria is the second most complete T. rex on record. As with the majority of theropod dinosaurs, it’s exceedingly rare to find a T.rex skeleton that is this complete.
Currently, she is being studied by the world’s most recognized paleontologists and will be the subject of multiple scientific papers yet to be released.
Victoria’s completeness and pathologies have provided paleontologists a wealth of new information about the T. rex.
Through stunning animations and immersive digital environments, Victoria the T. rex offers an unforgettable, intimate look at one of the fiercest and most mysterious creatures to ever walk the earth. Never-before-seen by the public, this all-new, state-of-the-art exhibition invites visitors to encounter the largest real T. rex skeleton ever on tour!
Enter the world of Victoria and embark on an immersive journey that will captivate visitors of all ages in the most awe inspiring, engaging T. rex exhibition ever to tour the globe.
We invite you to meet Victoria.
Opening November 17th…
Arizona Science Center
600 E Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004