Open for 50 years, this roadside attraction features over 50 dinosaurs, inviting visitors to step into the world of the prehistoric past, turning back the pages of time to the Mesozoic era, when dinosaurs were the only creatures that roamed the earth.
Step into the world of the prehistoric past, where visitors can turn back the pages of time to the Mesozoic era, where dinosaurs were the only creatures that roamed the earth.
Our extensive gift shop is filled to the brim with interesting and beautiful merchandise. As a showcase dealer for Fenton Glass we have one of the largest selections of beautiful colored glass in the tri-state area.
Our shop also features silver jewelry, leather goods, books, T-shirts, jams and jellies, souvenirs, native American pottery, Minnetonka moccasins, wine and beer making supplies, collectibles, dinosaurs, dinosaurs, and more dinosaurs.
“step back into Mesozoic era”
VERY COOL PLACE!!! I went when the weather was a bit chilly but still had fun. Although I went for my 3 year old I had just as much if not more fun. They have a very cool gift shop fuuuullll of odd knick knacks. They have one part kind of specified for kids/the dinosaurs and then a whole other section of random COOL artifacts (indians, elvis, animals, etc). The dinosaurs are kind of old/beat up but hey they're prehistoric! I would go again if not just recommend it to everyone!!!
Definitely worth the $6 to feel like you're returning to the land of the dinosaurs. It was one of the highlights of our trip, and if you like dinosaurs at all you'll love it there.
My kids loved this! Lots of fun photo opportunities.
We use to take the kids when they were young and now planning to take the grand kids.
Must stop on any road trip! Loved it!
So kitschy and fun, full of amazing photo ops. Well worth the $6 admission. The gift shop is full of weird things.
We didn't go in, but the Dinos out front were enough for a fun photo op!
It was temporarily closed when I was there which was a bummer. The dinos outside were cool. I'm hoping to get the chance to go back.
Closed in Jan-Feb :( looked really cool from the gates though.
Such a cool place! A lot of people knock it for showing wear and tear, but I think it looks great for being around close to fifty years! And just awesome on an artistic level! The dinosaurs are quite large and there is no shortage of gore. Even a King Kong-esque gorilla with steps leading to his hand for a photo op! Nice gift shop attached and super reasonable prices too!
I went there recently and really enjoyed my visit! Can't wait to go again!
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