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FREE-ENTRY FUN AWAITS THESE SCHOOLS HOLIDAYS including the  AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM!

Scotty T.rex (c)James Morgan The Australian Museum (AM) opens its all-new 1,000sqm touring exhibition hall with an update of its own acclaimed exhibition, Tyrannosaurs – Meet the Family. The first exhibition in the world to present the full ancestral tree of the tyrannosaur family, Tyrannosaurs – Meet the Family reopens on Saturday 28 November following the AM’s major transformation. Showcasing an impressive array of fossils and casts of tyrannosaur specimens, including some of the latest fossils discovered in North America, Tyrannosaurs – Meet the Family provides a snapshot of dinosaur life and shows how some species in this group became the world’s top predators with their massive skulls, powerful jaws and bone-crunching teeth. Tyrannosaurs – Meet the Family is a landmark exhibition that explores the thrill of discovery and how new science is changing our perceptions of what Tyrannosaurus rex – the ‘tyrant lizard king’ – and what its relatives can tell us about evolution and environmental change.

FREE-ENTRY FUN AWAITS THESE SCHOOLS HOLIDAYS including the  AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM!

 Families are encouraged to take advantage of free general admission to cultural institutions across New South Wales these school holidays, starting today.

The NSW Government is investing $5.9 million to support free and discounted entry for the next 12 months to 12 Sydney Living Museums properties, and free entry to the Australian Museum.

This complements existing free general admission to the Art Gallery of NSW, Powerhouse Museum and the State Library of NSW.

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