|This article is about a/an location in Power Rangers Dino Charge and Power Rangers Dino Super Charge.|
The Amber Beach Dinosaur Museum, colloquially referred to as the Dino Museum, is a museum dedicated to history, paleontology and related finds that is the main setting of Power Rangers Dino Charge.
After preventing Sledge's asteroids from falling on the Earth 10 million years in the past, the dinosaurs were prevented from going extinct. Thus in the new present day, the museum was converted into a zoo for dinosaurs. As a result, the Rangers' jobs changed; although they would have no memory of what they were when they arrived in this altered present day.
Points of interest
Dino Bite Cafe
In addition to exhibits, the museum has an indoor restaurant, the Dino Bite Cafe. It serves as a cafeteria for museum personnel and a theme restaurant for museum patrons.
In the loading bay is a secret passage which leads to an underground lab, where Keeper and Kendall harness the Energems' power, develop new equipment, and track unusual disturbances in the area. The lab is fully stocked and functional, possessing high-end equipment such as a holographic display. Also, Koda lives here, and possibly Ivan as well.
The Dino Lab was finally discovered by Snide and heavily damaged during his battle against Keeper and Kendall.
- Kendall Morgan - director, manager, curator, leader of paleontological digs
- Chase Randall - custodian, Dino Bite Cafe waiter and cook, dig worker
- Koda - Dino Bite Cafe dish washer, dig worker
- Shelby Watkins - Dino Bite Cafe waitress
- Tyler Navarro - Dino Bite Cafe cook
- Riley Griffin - Dino Bite Cafe waiter
- Sir Ivan - Dino Bite Cafe waiter
- Emily - Dino Bite Cate waitress
- Heckyl - Former Dino Bite Cafe waiter
- The exterior scenes of the museum are filmed at Auckland Botanical Gardens.
- One of the menu items is the Bronto Burger. This is named after Brontosaurus, which at the time of filming was actually a discredited genus (which is why there's never been a Brontosaurus zord). However in April 2015, it was revealed that specimens had been compared and after 112 years, Brontosaurus is no longer considered to be the same as Apatosaurus.
- Some of the interface buttons on the consoles resemble LCARS displays from the Sci-Fi franchise, Star Trek.
- Thanks to the Rangers' actions after traveling to the past, the timeline was altered so that the dinosaurs never went extinct. As a result, the museum became a dinosaur zoo.