The Field Museum of Natural History


Address: 1400 South Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, US
Phone: 312.922.9410

With a collection of more than 24 million specimens, the Field Museum of Natural History is sure to have something to fascinate all. The extensive exhibits—in anthropology, botany, paleontology, geology, and zoology—serve as both a crucial database for the world of science and a tangible learning experience for all ages. Be sure to stop by to see Sue, the most complete and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex fossil, which is breathtakingly 42-feet-long and 67-million-years-old.

Nichola Hunt

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