November 8, 2010

Dinosaur Park


Watch out for DINOSAURS! Experience an outdoor museum adventure at The Dinosaur Park, an educational and fun place where everyone can learn about the majestic animals that ruled our earth for over 150 million years. While most museums have dinosaur skeletons, the Dinosaur Park features realistic life-size dinosaur replicas that show skin and color variations to give a better understanding as to how they looked when alive. These statues range in size from the 6-foot long Velociraptor to the 40-foot long T-Rex. As you walk through a tree-lined nature trail the dinosaurs sit back from the trail, situated among plants, trees, and rocks, making it easy to imagine real dinosaurs in a natural environment. Other activities include a fossil-dig, playground, picnic area, and a gift shop stocked with a variety of toys, books, and other treasures sure to please any dinosaur fan!

The Dinosaur Park is also available for birthday parties and for group tours/field trips. Field trips to The Dinosaur Park are so much fun, students don’t even realize they’re actually learning! Field trips include the Dinosaur Exhibit Trails and Prehistoric Hunt (30 minutes), Nature Hunt (30 minutes), Dinosaur TV Presentation and Indoor Activities (upon request 15-30 minutes), and the Fossil Dig (30 minutes).

The Dinosuar Park is located at 893 Union Chapel Road in Cedar Creek, Texas. It is open Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-4pm and is available daily for reserved groups. When rain makes the trails inaccessible, closure notifications will be posted on the home page of their website. Regular admission is $6/person, and children under the age of 2 are free. Annual passes are available for $20/person. For more information about The Dinosaur Park, visit http://www.thedinopark.com/.

1 comment:

  1. The Dinosaur Park is fun for kids and we are glad you are in our community! We have been there a few times and the kids always have fun!

    Patrick Benadum
    A BUSINESS STORE
    www.ABusinessStore.com

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