You've got the flora - We've got the fauna
Let Lost World Studios bring the excitement of the prehistoric world to your botanical garden.
"Guy not only provides the most authentic recreations in the business... he wants the exhibit to be technically correct and one that works for the institution from a visitor standpoint. You won't be disappointed with Guy or his creatures."
- Eric Tschanz, President and Executive Director of Powell Gardens
A 30 foot Daspletosaurus thunders through the woods at Fontenelle Forest in Bellevue, Nebraska.
The prehistoric world springs to life as a Heterodontosaurus searches for a mate at the Fontenelle Forest, in Bellevue, Nebraska.
A mother Parasaurolophus watches her hatchlings at the Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, Missouri.
The bones of the duck-billed dinosaur, Hypsibema, have been found in southern Missouri. This large female is guarding her nest at Powell Gardens in Kingsville, Missouri.
"The 'Roar of the Dinosaur' exhibition was a huge hit at McKee Botanical Garden... over 32,000 people came to see the exhibition during the three months it was at the Garden. Children as well as adults were in awe of the realistic looking, life-sized dinosaurs! We had such a great time watching the excitement on the faces of our visitors, both young and old alike."
- Christine Hobart, Executive Director of McKee Botanical Garden
Visitors were thrilled to take awesome photos of a Kritosaur among the wild flowers at Powell Gardens, Kingsville, Missouri.
The 30 foot Parasaurolophus is sitting in the beautiful Harry P. Leu Gardens.
"Lauritzen Gardens featured the incredible works of Guy Darrough throughout its Marjorie K. Daugherty Conservatory and Visitors and Education Center from mid-January through mid-May 2019. During that time period for the exhibit, 'Dinosaur Uproar', we welcomed 65% more visitors than in the same period in 2018 and set new attendance records at the Gardens. Just can't say enough about how pleased we are with the result!"
- John Newman, Executive Director of Lauritzen Gardens
Lost World Studios has developed the concept of combining life-like models of prehistoric animals with actual living plants. This combination allows the visitor to glimpse the prehistoric world first hand and then take home an awesome photo.
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