The Wyoming Dinosaur Museum is very high quality and has unique and rare specimens which should satisfy visitors. The dig program is enjoyable, but it is what you make of it. Specimens don't jump out of the ground. Rather, you have to labor at this. The site can be dusty, hot and somewhat uncomfortable, though this is the real experience. I think the educational part of this program could be embellished, though the staff at the museum and the program provider certainly would be willing to answer questions and embellish upon your experience if so asked. I have been on digs at 4-5 other sites. The one at the Wyoming Center compares favorably. I would also point out that, while meals are free, there is a dollar limit imposed by the program. In general, it is a good program and worth the expense.