via Chicago Tribune:
Sue the T. rex now has a date for its housewarming party.
The Field Museum’s prime T. rex skeleton, visible only through a small viewing window for much of the last year, will be on view in its new, fully decorated second-floor home beginning Dec. 21, the museum announced Monday.
The new, 5,100-square-foot display, in a former movie theater space amid the “Evolving Planet” exhibition, will surround Sue with interactives and other touches meant to put the animal in context for museum-goers.
The largest, most intact T. rex ever found was moved out of its longtime home in Stanley Field Hall as part of a 125th anniversary remaking of the central hall.