Paige and I went on Sunday, we got to Dinosaur World at about 11am. Dinosaur World is about an hour and half from Disney World, Fl.
We had 6 kids with us, I left behind Sarah because she is to young to understand anything and it was very hot.
Paige didn't think it would be as nice as it actually is, the pictures and brochures don't do it justice, from the outside she imagined it was old and run down, though she had heard that they have renovated recently so her image a few years ago might have been correct. She had never been until today and I had been once when my kids were about 5, 4 and 1 year old, which back then main building and play area did not exist.
We you walk into Dinosaur World there are 3 sections, you have a path to your left which takes you on a little walkway with dinosaurs, the path to your right takes you to games and activities, and finally the path straight ahead takes you to T-rex, the caves which are host to a movie and picnic area. We started on the path to the right because I didnt want to get too far back because they have a dinosaur dig at noon (as well as other times, but we wanted to get it out of the way) which it was 11:00 now. The path to the right had a cute little pinic table along with a soda machine which cost a dollar for a can (woo! not too expensive!) they are Coca-Cola products.
Dinosaur World has a sign saying what it is your looking at they have even upgraded some to accompany the smart phones.
Dinosaur World I like that you can get clear pictures of all the dinosaurs you come across. These are a few of our kids favorites.
After the fossil dig we went to the left which they have a T-rex head to take pictures in, the puzzle, another huge picnic area, soda machines, water area for pets, cooling area for guests and more.
T-rex head with Riley and Michael only ones who listen, since we told them all to get over there and only these 2 showed up!
The next stop the Boneyard! A really huge sandbox with bones to uncover.
Dinosaur World someone would have to go the bathroom, and I guess both Paige and I liked the bathrooms cause we both took pictures lol. Here are a few.
Dinosaur World it was a great way for kids to learn about Dinosaurs in a great environment.
It is $14.95 plus tax for adults, $11.95 plus tax for children ages 3 to 12 and $12.95 plus tax for seniors over 60. Parking is free. They also accept all major credit cards. So if you want something other than only Disney to do while in Florida check out Dinosaur World.
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