Discover the Dinosaurs
*I received tickets to Discover the Dinosaurs to facilitate my review. All thoughts are 100% honest and my own.
The goal of Discover the Dinosaurs is to create a fun environment of learning and activity that explores the wonderment and mystery of our pre-historic past. Once you enter through the stone arch, the adventure begins that is full of smiles, amazement and fun. Hearing a 5 year old describe features of a Pachycephalosaurus will bring a smile to any adults face!
The displays were amazing and each one had information about the dinosaurs displayed. They had their size (in proportion to a man), what they ate, their length, and other informational tidbits. In fact, we were able to pick up a scavenger hunt form when we walked in and we filled out the info as we went on to each display.
After filling out the scavenger hunt form you get to spin the wheel for a prize! It’s a wonderful incentive and S seemed to enjoy looking for the answers.
There were many displays and some were even interactive. Children could push buttons make them roar and move.
They had interactive dig pits where kids can dig and uncover dino bones just like a paleontologist.
I tried to save S, but her little brother C wasn’t helping 😉
They gave up their Mom pretty quick too!
They had a great play area! There were dinosaurs you could take your pictures on (like C above). They also had bounce houses for the kids and even put put golf. There was so much for them to do!
The highlight (well it would be for me if I was a kid) were the dinosaur rides! The line was huge with all of the kids waiting to ride dinosaurs.
There were plenty of photo opps to make memories of the amazing day we spent Discovering the Dinosaurs!
It was an awesome day and I recommend it to any one with little ones.
Find out when they’re coming to your neighborhood.
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Thank you, Discover the Dinosaurs!
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Topic: Discover the Dinosaurs