St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site Museum at Johnson Farm
The St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm displays the evidence of a Late Triassic lake ecosystem that existed here almost 200 million years ago. The museum primarily houses thousands of fossilized tracks of dinosaurs and other creatures, including fish and plants. Additional museum displays include replicas of animals that lived here, a mural depicting the area as it would have looked, and a working fossil preparation laboratory where visitors can observe the volunteers working on specific projects. The Dinosaur Ah!Torium Foundation, the non-profit arm of the St. George Dinosaur Discovery site at Johnson Farm, manages the museum.