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My son is 3 and loves dinosaurs. The whole family enjoyed walking the trail together and learning interesting facts about the different species. Looking at the pictures online, I wasn't sure if the exhibits would be too scary but they were not. He enjoyed searching...More
Two kids under age 9 and everyone loved it. Under $30 for the whole family. Way more dinosaur replicas than I expected and all with great signage. Kids were engaged. Fun fossil digging exercise at the end of the walk. Souvenir shop prices were reasonable...More
This place exceeded my expectations with lots and lots of dinosaurs along their winding trail. We rented a wagon for $1, having multiple toddlers, it was well worth it. It does get busy, so go early. Hope to see them expand their picnic area and...More
Our 6 year old grandson loved this place, as did we! Life sized dinosaurs and well done information plaques on the nature trail. Also, fun "eye spy" stones to search for and then find hidden objects of interest. Well worth the $7 admission. We were...More
An ambitious interpretation of what scientists think dinosaurs looked like, this spot is a thrill for kids under 12, maybe some teens, and pretty interesting for adults. Static models, no movement, no sound. Some look sorta amateurishly done, most are pretty believable. About 30 or...More
This is a great place to spend a half day. LOTS of fun dinosaurs to learn about, including an eye-spy game to play as you walk the trail. The park area at the end is just as fun, with a playscape, a fossil digging area,...More
We visited Dinosaur Park with our 3 children (11, 8, 5) while camping at nearby Buescher State Park.
I had told my oldest about it ahead of time because I was afraid that it would be geared towards younger children and she'd be bored, but...More
We stopped here on the way to Lake LBJ with our 2-year-old and 4.5-year-old. I was a little nervous that they wouldn't like it or be scared, but they LOVED it!!! They would run down the trail until they saw a dinosaur and then get...More