The museum is open Tuesday to Saturday and offers displays of dinosaur footprints, artefacts and fossils from the archaeological digs in the area. There is also a prototype model of the hyperbaric biosphere where actual experiments are conducted. The biosphere simulates the believed earths environment present at the dime of creations. They have on display a fossilised human finger which was found by a landowner and by various studies done, they believe that this finger is from someone who was rapidly buried in a catastrophic event long ago.
The Museum's team has excavated 11 dinosaurs, 475 dinosaur tracks, 86 human footprints, 7 cat prints, and other fossil remains - all in Cretaceous limestone.
The museum is open10:00am till 4:00pm but the last tour is at 3.00pm. Admission $4.00 (2003).