Nowhere else can guests dine under the largest dinosaur ever discovered! In 2018, we unveiled a cast of a 122-foot-long titanosaur in our Stanley Field Hall! The titanosaur is joined by life-size replicas of giant flying reptiles and hanging gardens inspired by plants that lived alongside dinosaurs, like ferns, cycads, and arums.
As you enter Stanley Field Hall, look down. You are standing on 300 million year old fossilized limestone. Look up—the museum’s skylights and solar roof panels contribute to museum conservation efforts to save energy. In nearby Rice Hall, travel to Africa and stand toe-to-paw with the man-eating lions of Tsavo.