Most people are aware that dinosaurs lived tens of millions of years ago. But did you know that they weren't the only living creatures back then?
How much do you know about the city you live in? Did you know that Kitchener has had three city halls?
The largest piece of art in our Getting Naked exhibition takes up an entire wall, and features a bright pink, naked woman in its center. It is one of the most colourful and bright pieces in the entire exhibition, and a favourite of many of our staff members and visitors.
How cool would it be to accidently discover a new species of dinosaur, and then have it named after you?
Have you ever met three of THEMUSEUM’s special staff members: Andy Arboricola, Fiona Ficus and Isabella Ivy? Never heard of them? Then you need to check out our Living Wall!
One of Canada’s most popular Aboriginal artists is 95 years old and still actively creating art! One of her pieces, titled Thunderbird Women, is currently on display in THEMUSEUM’s Getting Naked exhibition.
Humans have 206 bones in their bodies. It’s estimated that a T-Rex had approximately 200 bones. Would you believe that humans and dinosaurs had the same types of bones? It’s true!
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