- Shandong Tianyu Museum of Nature
- 28000 square metre(s)
- China (Linyi)
The world's largest museum devoted to dinosaurs and other prehistoric fauna is the Shandong Tianyu Museum of Nature, situated in Linyi, Pingyi County, Shandong Province, China. It contains 28,000 square metres (301,389 sq. ft) of exhibition space, housing 1,106 dinosaur speciments and thousands of other ancient fossils. Dinosaur speciments include 368 psittacosaurid, 391 dromaeosaurid, 255 Anchiornis, 22 Jeholosaurus and 70 other unnamed speciments. The museum also contains a research center, 4D cinema and 28 exhibition halls.