B. M. Birla Science Museum is an Indian science exhibition hall situated in Hyderabad, India. Built by structural specialist Mr. P. A. Singaravelu, it involves a planetarium, historical center, science focus, workmanship display and a dinosaurium. The exhibition hall itself was the second period of the science focus when it opened in 1990.
The Birla Planetarium is a wing of the Science Center. The planetarium was introduced by Mr. N.T. Rama Rao, on 8 September 1985 and is one of 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 freshest expansion to the planetarium and science focus and opened in 2000. Its displays incorporate a 160-million-year-old mounted Kotasaurus yamanpalliensis, uncovered at Adilabad region in Telangana and introduced to the Science Museum by the Geological Survey of India. The Dinosaurium likewise has a gathering of littler fossils of dinosaur eggs, marine shells and fossilized tree trunks.The Dinosaurium was the following period of the Center. A one of a kind Natural History Gallery, the Dinosaurium was committed to the country in July 2000. It is a really amazing office which shows an uncommon and radiant fossil of the Dinosaur, Kotasaurus, having a place with the Lower Jurassic age, backpedaling to around 160 million years.