Bryce Robertson - 8/9/2022

Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum, grand reopening!


Dinosaurs, giant crocks, mammoths, mastodons with four tusks, tracks of 100 fossil animals, man-made artifacts in solid sandstone, 3-toed horses, saber-toothed cats, and real unicorns(one horned Rhinos) are just a few of the things you’ll see at the Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum, the world’s largest non-evolution working fossil museum. You will see the largest molds ever made of fossils still in the ground. Check out our unique gift and book shop.

Ever wanted to be an archaeologist or paleontologist or animal artist? You’ll feel at home here. See the displays and have a coffee with the best pastries you’ve ever had. We were closed by covid and storms for the last two years. Come to the grand reopening Labor Day, week Sept. 5-9, 2022. Join us at The Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum, 124 West Main Street, Crosbyton, Texas 79322. 806-675-7777, *park on north side of the museum.

Black Florida 4-tusked mastodon skull being restored  

Texas Tylosaur skeleton cast in situ, Texas Tylosaur drawing

Female mammoth tooth, New Mexico

Kansas Tylosaur

Steggo mastodon jaws in collection jacket

Burning Tree Mastodon with living bacteria in its intestines

Painting of Waco Sudden Death Mammoth Site by Joe Taylor, who also molded two mammoth skeletons still in the ground.

Texas Tylosaur dig

Tiny Texas horse skeleton in collection jacket


Dinosaur skin, sent to lab to be examined under high powered microscope

Modern pack rat skeleton, very rare and difficult to collect.


Moving a large dinosaur trackway with water ripple marks into a display.

Large dinosaur trackway from a Colorado coal mine

Ancient old bull bison skull, Texas southern herd

Sculpture by Joe Taylor “Evening” ‘and the evening and the morning were the first day.’


Bryce Robertson

Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum