When you visit the Museum of Ancient Life at Thanksgiving Point, or the Thanksgiving Point Dinosaur Museum as my children call it, make sure to look for the hidden gnomes. There are 13 gnomes hidden throughout the museum. We love looking for these gnomes while we enjoy the museum.
Finding the gnomes can be tricky. They hide them really well. But if you are able to find all of them, your picture will be added to the wall of fame, which is an amazing accomplishment.
The gnomes are also moved every 6 months or so, and that makes it even more difficult to find them. They might not be in the same spot when you go the next time. The gnomes are only in the museum, not the lobby area. Also, gnomes are never put inside any glass displays. Some people recommend a flashlight to help spot them, but we have never used a light.
We haven’t been to look at the gnomes for awhile, but here are some previous hidden gnomes to give you an idea of what you are looking for. There are 5 painted gnomes and 8 figurines. Have fun and good luck! Looking for the Thanksgiving Point gnomes is quite an adventure.
We love Thanksgiving Point because there are so many things to do here. For more information on any of their venues, visit our posts on each one:
For hours and driving, visit ThanksgivingPoint.org