As part of the DinoScience exhibition, we have created three interactive workshops that are fun and educational for both kids and grown-ups.
Come and join a workshop as part of your tour visit or complete your free research during the summer vacation!

  • An entrance ticket to the DinoScience exhibition is required to access the Dinosaur Workshop zone.
  • Please purchase your Dinosaur Workshop tickets at the register found at the Dinosaur Workshop entrance.
  • All prices include tax.
  • To avoid crowding in the space, only one person can accompany each participant.
  • To give lots of people a chance to enjoy the workshops, each participant will be allowed to take one workshop per visit.
  • When crowds are heavy, admission may be restricted temporarily.
  • Due to a special event, no workshops will be available on August 17 (Tue).

Treasure Hunters! Fossil Excavation Experience

image: Treasure Hunters! Fossil Excavation Experience

[Duration] 5-15 minutes
[Fee] ¥1,200

Become a dino explorer, and uncover the fossils of creatures that roamed the land and the sea in the age of the dinosaurs!
Participants will use a wooden hammer, chisel & brush to dig out real fossils embedded in a massive plaster sheet.
Excavated fossils can be taken home in an original DinoScience bag.

* One fossil per participant.

Dinosaur Glass Garden

image: Dinosaur Glass Garden

[Duration] 5-10 minutes
[Fee] ¥1,800

Create a stylish piece of home décor that will be the envy of your friends!
Simply place the materials into the glass. You'll have a lovely item that bottles the world of the dinosaurs! And don't worry, this item uses airplants, which are easy to water and easy to care for.
The special box also features an exclusive, original DinoScience design.

Make Dinosaur Soap

image: Make Dinosaur Soap

[Duration] 10-15 minutes
[Fee] ¥1,000

Make your own colorful dinosaur soap!
Choose from four colors—red, blue, yellow, and green—and dinosaurs like Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus rex, and make the soap with your own hands.

* In a single workshop, you can make five types of soap.

Our Covid-19
Safety Measures

Guidelines During Your Visit

  • We will take your temperature as you enter the venue. If your temperature is 37.5°C or above, you will not be allowed entry. Please also refrain from attending if you feel unwell or have any symptoms of flu or cold.
  • You must wear a mask at all times inside the venue. Masks are optional for children age 2 and under. It is the responsibility of parents and guardians to ensure that children age 3 and up do not feel uncomfortable or unwell as they wear their masks.
  • Please practice physical distancing both prior to entry and inside the venue.
  • Please wash and disinfect your hands thoroughly.
  • We recommend that you follow Kanagawa Prefecture's official Line account for coronavirus alerts, and download the government's Covid-19 Contact-Confirming App (COCOA).

What We Are Doing

  • We take your temperature upon entry.
  • We have set up hand sanitizing stations at various locations around the venue, including the entrance.
  • We conduct regular disinfecting, cleaning and ventilation of the venue.
  • Our staff members receive regular temperature and wellness checks. They wash and disinfect their hands thoroughly, and wear masks at all times.
  • We regulate entry so that the venue never gets too crowded.
  • We have implemented measures to prevent airborne transmission of Covid-19 at ticket kiosks, areas where food & drink are allowed, the museum shop, etc. Cashless payment is recommended. Cash payments will be handled using coin trays to minimize contact.

Please refrain from attending if any of the following apply to you.

  • Fever (temperature of 37.5℃ or above)
  • Cold-like symptoms such as cough or sore throat
  • Fatigue or trouble breathing
  • Loss of smell or taste
  • Recent close contact with anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19
  • A member of your household or anyone you see regularly may currently have Covid-19
  • You have, in the past 14 days, been in a country or region to which Japan has entry restrictions or requires monitoring upon return, or had close contact with anyone who has been in one of these countries or regions.

In addition, please note that the current situation is evolving. A rise in Covid-19 cases, new regulations from the government, or changing circumstances at the venue itself may lead to revision or suspension, without notice, of ticket sales, admissions, or exhibition management policies. We thank you for your understanding.

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