GREENSBORO, N.C. -- A new exhibit is ready to tear through the Greensboro Science Center.
"A T. Rex Named Sue" will be at the center for dinosaur fans of all ages to enjoy from Jan. 18 to May 4.
The traveling exhibit is a replica of the original Sue T. Rex fossil at the Field Museum in Chicago. Sue is the world's largest, most complete and best preserved T. Rex fossil.
The traveling exhibit gives a close look at one of the most ferocious creatures to ever roam the earth. So close, you can even hold a virtual T. Rex in your hands.
To thank the more than 200,000 visitors to already visit the Carolina SciQuarium, the Greensboro Science Center is offering a discount on tickets to the Sue exhibit. Tickets were originally $10 for adults and $9 for children, but the cost is now $6 for everyone, plus general admission.
There will also be an Educator's Preview Night at the Science Center Jan. 21 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The free event is for teachers to get a sneak peek of "A T. Rex Named Sue" exhibit, as well as tour the rest of the Science Center. Teachers will also receive a 20-percent discount in the TriceraShop on the night of the preview.
For more information about the T. Rex exhibit or the Educators' Preview Night, visit the Greensboro Science Center's website.
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