The Wyoming Dinosaur enter is a proud partner with Road Scholar, the world’s largest and most innovative, not-for-profit creator of experimental learning opportunities. Road Scholar has guided generations of lifelong learners on transformative learning adventures from San Francisco to Siberia, and nearly everywhere in between. Road Scholar offers 5,500 learning adventures in 150 countries and all 50 states, serving more than 100,000 participants per year.
Alongside renowned experts, Road Scholar participants experience in-depth and behind-the-scenes learning opportunities by land and by sea on travel adventures designed for boomers and beyond.
The Road Scholar programs at the Wyoming Dinosaur Center include both excavation-based and lab-based opportunities to learn about museum processes and the dinosaurs found on our property. Visit the Road Scholar website via the links below to learn what is included in our two outstanding partnership offerings.
Get hands-on as you dig for dinosaurs alongside paleontologists in Wyoming’s Warm Springs Ranch, exploring a dig sight, identifying specimens and learning about ancient geology.
Learn about the world of dinosaurs with your grandchild as you dig alongside paleontologists, experience the Dinosaur Center through a scavenger hunt and collect invertebrate fossils.