The Grand Valley’s Jurassic classic Dinosaur Journey is showcasing more than just prehistoric creatures.
They’re also showing off a new look.
The museum, which is home to a number of animated creatures and fossils found near the Grand Valley, has recently been renovated.
Work started in December and includes new signage, carpeting, paint and work on some of the exhibits.
Plus, the animated dinosaurs have been reprogrammed.
They’re all renovations officials hope will make visiting the museum more enjoyable.
Money for the improvements cam from the City of Fruita and the Lions Club.
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