Sue the T.Rex and Bucky coming to the Children's Museum of Indianapolis in 2021

Posted at 1:14 PM, Oct 13, 2020

INDIANAPOLIS — The Children's Museum of Indianapolis will be welcoming the world-famous Sue the T.Rex next year during its T.Rex celebration.

Sue, home to the Field Museum in Chicago, and a teenage T.rex named Bucky will be part of the 2021 T.Rex celebration at the Children's Museum.

Sue is known as the largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton ever discovered. She is more than 40-feet-long and 13-feet-high.

Sue's full skeleton will be on display at the Children's Museum in Indy from March 6 through July 25.

Bucky will be a permanent fixture at the Children's Museum.

Bucky Derflinger, a rodeo cowboy in 1998, discovered Bucky, whom he is named after. He is the first T.Rex t be identified with a collar bone (or furcula).