Montreal is a city full of museums.

Fine arts, to architecture, wax and everything in between.

Hell, we even have a Nintendo Museum.

READ ALSO: Montreal’s All-New “Nintendo” Museum You Gotta Go Check Out ASAP

But let's face it, when your inner child hears the word museum, only one thing comes to mind:

Dinosaur bones.

It turns out that Montreal does have dinosaur bones, and one museum is putting them on display for you every weekend.

The Red Path Museum has a very special exhibit that takes place on Sunday afternoons. Visitors are invited to discover different dinosaur fossils.

And the big crowd pleaser has got to be the Triceratops Skull.

Who doesn't love a triceratops?

And this skull weighs 275 kilos!

There's also Gorgosaurus and Dromaeosaurus fossils.

and in case you're curious, here's a Gorgosaurus:

And here's a Dromaeosaurus:

The exhibit takes places from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm in the Dawson Gallery on the the second floor.

Click here for more information.

Add mtlblog on Snapchat.

Account Settings
Share Feedback
Log Out

Register this device to receive push notifications