When “Jurassic Park 3D” roared into theaters last spring, it inspired a new generation of pint-sized paleontologists and their parents to seek out up-close and personal encounters. Natural history museums across the country are full of stupendous dinosaur fossils, but they are not the only way to foster a fascination with the prehistoric beasts. These 10 places offer a variety of ways—from fossil digs to gargantuan skeletons to footprint tracking—to learn about the giants that once ruled the Earth.