Bumpersaurus Slide

full body bumpersaurus

Your Fort Worth Public Library welcomes Bumpersaurus to its new home! 

With headlights for eyes and rearview mirrors for eyelashes, the 12-foot Bumpersaurus will greet all our guests who enter the Hazel Harvey Peace Youth Library.  Our young guests under 54" can climb up his tail and slide out his mouth!

Originally donated to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History by Dan E. Lowrance, this amazing sculpture created by Allen Boerger from Roto Studios now has a permanent home at the Central Library. 

Can you find all the unique parts that make up the Bumpersaurus?

  • Excavator buckets for feet
  • 400 moon hubcaps for scales
  • Half a bumper car for the nose
  • Vespa venders for hips
  • 520 steel nuts creating unique stegosaurus-like spikes
  • License plate scales
  • Flashing headlight eyes
  • Rearview mirror eyelashes
 close up of name tag that says Bumper  close up of hubcap centers  end of the bumpersaurus slide
 close up of bumpersaurus head  close up of bolts on scales  close up of license plates painted purple