Rudyard Depot Museum
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|Facility:||Rudyard Depot Museum|
|Description:||The museum features local history of the area, including a depot, working windmill, schoolhouse, outhouse, blacksmith shop, tar-paper shack, garage, farm implements and an archives with photographs, family histories, obituaries, newspapers and school annuals.
The Rudyard area also has provided dinosaur specimens for the Museum of the Rockies (MOR) and other premier institutions for years. Now an MOR affiliate, the Depot Museumís signature display is the "Oldest Sorehead," a fully articulated Gryposaurus found near here. The facilityís lifelike duckbill dinosaur and egg nest display places you right next to these ancient creatures. Other permanent and changing dinosaur exhibits on display as well.
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|Address 1:||Located off U.S. Hwy 2, 4th Avenue NW.|
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|Hours:||Open Memorial Day to Labor Day, Monday to Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday 1-4 p.m., Winter hours by appointment|
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