Mid-America Science Museum is happy to announce Dinosaurs Revealed as its first summer exhibit since its grand re-opening. This featured exhibit will be made up of fossils and animatronic dinosaurs and will be premiering Memorial Day weekend. On display throughout the entire summer, visitors may have the opportunity to view and even touch six full […]
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Arizona Science Center’s latest featured exhibition, The World of Giant Insects, transports you into a bug’s life getting up close and personal with interactive animatronic critters.Stand under a giant Desert Locust as it springs to flight. Watch as the Chinese Praying Mantis spreads its menacing limbs or sit alongside a fat and squishy Lime Swallowtail […]
KOKORO DINOSAURS, based in Woodland Hills, Calif., features ancient creatures of all sizes and shapes. Shown at left is one of the robots from a past exhibition. MANCHESTER — Hear that rumble? Feel the ground quaking? Yes, it’s true, something big is headed back to the Queen City. The SEE Science Center, 200 Bedford St., […]
Click on the flier below to learn more about our wonderful event at Hawaii’s Bishop Museum and about the museum itself! Featuring the great and mighty T-rex and stegosaurus, the community of Honolulu will be hosting “Dinosaurs Unleashed” for the community. Exhibit opens Sunday March 15, 2015!
Kokoro Exhibits has done it again! With a successful exhibit at the South Carolina State Museum, giant insects took flight and brought in a large audience this Janury 2015! The exhibit will continue throughout August 2015, showing a wide array of giant, moving creepy crawlies to the public. South Carolina State Museum had a great […]
“DETROIT — The Michigan Science Center will open its new exhibit, “Ice Age Unfrozen,” where visitors can explore paleontology, climatology and zoology through lively, animatronic displays. The exhibit will launch on Sept. 27 and be on display until Jan. 3, providing aspiring paleontologists with a chance to discover the world’s prehistoric past. Visitors will see […]
Dinomania Returns to the MOST with a new, immersive experience Dinomania 2014 is returning to the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology beginning Sept. 27. The popular animatronic dinosaurs, which were created by Kokoro Exhibits with input from paleontologists to be as scientifically accurate as possible, are shown in scenes that depict what […]
By Martin van den Hemel – Richmond Review posted Jun 19, 2014 at 11:00 AM “The Walt Disney flick Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, might come to mind when shoppers enter the atrium at Aberdeen Centre, which is now crawling with gigantic, marauding insects that wouldn’t have been out of place in the Steveston-filmed Godzilla […]
Ka ‘ Elele – The Journal of Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Spring 2013 (Kokoro Exhibits featured on pg. 10) While many things change in this world, this one thing doesn’t: kids love dinosaurs! Since Bishop Museum first brought in a dinosaur exhibit in the late 1980s, dinosaurs have been one of our most popular attractions. […]
DINOSAURS! Back by popular demand, everyone’s favorite prehistoric reptiles are here until January 12th, 2013! Immerse yourself in an exhibit featuring your favorite dinosaurs including Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, Deinonychus, and more! These full and half sizes robots move with incredibly life-like motion as they roar, feed, fight, and care for their young.
CORPUS CHRISTI – Crews from Kokoro Exhibits and members of the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History assembled and prepared the museum’s exhibit area Thursday for the museum’s newest exhibit “Big Big Bugs!” A collection of five large robotic bugs and a few smaller bugs will be on display starting Sept. 13 until the […]
May 5, 2012 – September 16, 2012 Journey back through time in the Life Through Time: Dinosaurs & Ice Age Mammals exhibition to see how a few famous animals lived in their environments. Experience the sights, sounds, and action of robotic animals from Kokoro Exhibits, the creative team that has recreated the time of dinosaurs […]