Giant Mysterious Dinosaurs Exhibit

Giant Mysterious Dinosaurs

Giant Mysterious Dinosaurs Exhibit

Be careful! Giant Mysterious Dinosaurs have been seen travelling about. The exhibit was recently in Pennsylvania, can currently be seen at the Arizona Science Center, and may be coming to a town near you.   I took my own kiddos and my two youngest siblings to this exhibit and they all loved it (and so did I). On display are a huge variety of dinosaur skeletons including the world’s largest meat-eating dinosaur, the longest-necked of all plant-eaters, an Argentine giant with bizarre long double spines, and the unicorn-spiked duckbill from China.  It is quite a collection.

Giant Mysterious Dinosaurs Exhibit

One thing I really liked about the exhibit is that, while you cannot touch the skeletons, there are plenty of hands-on activities for the kids to enjoy. Even my teenage sister got into the action and worked to uncover “fossils” in the digging area. There are also interesting and informative videos that the kids will enjoy as well. The entire exhibit is educational and gets the kiddos thinking and asking questions.

Giant Mysterious Dinosaurs Exhibit

Your family will have a lot of fun exploring this exhibit. Around every corner is something new and exciting that will draw shouts of excitement from your children.  If you are in the Phoenix area you must check Giant Mysterious Dinosaurs out.  The exhibit will be at the Arizona Science Center until January 21, 2013.  After that it will move to another location. Have fun and watch out for hungry dinosaurs!

 Giant Mysterious Dinosaurs Exhibit

Disclaimer: I was given complimentary admission tickets in order to complete the review.  All opinions are mine.

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Comments

  1. Debra Givens-Wagner says:

    Oh my goodness that looks like it was so fun!

  2. Anita Leibert says:

    I would love to see this exhibit! Sounds like lots of fun for this kids too 🙂

  3. Debra Wagner says:

    I just love your blog, so many unique stories!

  4. The young people just love this stuff.

  5. Debra Wagner says:

    Love those dinosaurs!

  6. Tina Seagraves says:

    My son is 18 now but would still love to see this!

  7. Christy Scott says:

    I really wish I lived closer to here. My dino-fanatic little boy would be in heaven!

  8. I’d love to see this!

  9. Diana Heiner says:

    Man I wish we had something like this close by….my girls would LOVE it!

  10. Oh, I missed this exhibit when it was in town. But my daughter did the “fossil dig” some years back at our science museum. Great fun!

  11. My daughter would love that! She wants to be a paleontologist.

  12. I need to see this,something that gets into my fav subject.

  13. Stephanie Larison says:

    This looks like a lot of fun. My daughter is way into dinos right now, she’d love this.

  14. katrina c. says:

    What a great exhibit! I wish we lived in closer, my kids would definitely get a kick out of it! Awesome pics btw…. Thanks for sharing!

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