B. M. Birla Science Museum is an Indian technological museum positioned in Hyderabad, India. Constructed by way of civil engineer Mr. P. A. Singaravelu, it comprises a planetarium, museum, technology middle, art gallery as well as a dinosaurium. The museum itself become the second section of the science middle when it opened in 1990. The Birla Planetarium is a wing of the Science Center. The planetarium turned into inaugurated by way of Mr. N. T. Rama Rao, on 8 September 1985 and is one among three Birla Planetariums in India.
The others are the M. P. Birla Planetarium in Kolkata and B. M. Birla Planetarium in Chennai. The Dinosaurium is the most recent addition to the planetarium and technology center and opened in 2000. Its well-known shows consist of a 160-million-year-antique established Kotasaurus yamanpalliensis, excavated at Adilabad district in Telangana and supplied to the Science Museum via the Geological Survey of India.
The Dinosaurium also has a collection of smaller fossils of dinosaur eggs, marine shells and fossilised tree trunks. The Dinosaurium become the next section of the Centre. A unique Natural History Gallery, the Dinosaurium changed into dedicated to the state in July 2000. It is a honestly breathtaking facility which displays a unprecedented and magnificent fossil of the Dinosaur, Kotasaurus, belonging to the Lower Jurassic age, going again to approximately 160 million years.