Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum has won yet another award. The Canadian Museums Association has given the Outstanding Achievement Award to the newly created facility yesterday at the Pier 21: National Immigration Museum. Since the Dinosaur museum has opened their doors in September 2015, they have hit unprecedented attendance. The CMA says this institution has gone further than the norm for practice.
President and CEO George Jacob says he plans to dedicate his life to creating places like this to inspire but also that will stand the test of time. This was one of fastest executed and unveiling of museums in Canada’s history. It was lead by Jacob who is known around the world for his work with facilities alike.
Board Chair of River of Death and Discovery Society says the museum is an asset to Canada and the world of science. With the leadership of President and CEO George Jacob, the facility has made a name as one of the fastest museum projects executed in Canadian history.
The Philip J Currie Dinosaur Museum is located next to one of the densest dinosaur bone beds in the world.