Albury Library Museum's Dinosaur rEvolution sparks children's interest

BIGGEST ROAR: Penny Nadebaum, 3, gave her best impression of a tyrannosaurus rex at the exhibit on Saturday. Picture: MARK JESSER

BIGGEST ROAR: Penny Nadebaum, 3, gave her best impression of a tyrannosaurus rex at the exhibit on Saturday. Picture: MARK JESSER

PENNY Nadebaum's love of dinosaurs has started from a very early age – she's just three years old.

The youngster’s father and aunties have passed on a family love for the prehistoric creatures to Penny, her mother Kelly said.

Fortunately for Penny, she was able to indulge in her favourite hobby thanks to a new exhibit at the Albury Library Museum – Dinosaur rEvolution.

The exhibit is based on recently discovered fossils, which have given a fresh glimpse into how dinosaurs evolved.

“Penny loved the exhibit, she had a great time,” Mrs Nadebaum said. 

“She's a big fan of dinosaurs, so it’s great to have something like this, with lots of hands-on activities and dress-ups.

“We've travelled to Melbourne for the Jurassic World exhibit, but it is great to have something like this close to home.”

The exhibit runs until May 21.

Tickets are $5 for adults, $2 for children and $10 for families.