Dinosaur theme parks are amongst the most popular all over the world. Children as well as adults are fascinated by the idea of dinosaurs in modern life. Dinosaur theme parks give the chance to visitors to relive the experience of prehistoric times. People gain knowledge of how animals looked like, moved and sounded. They become aware about the different types of species that existed before the big bang as well as their life styles. People experience a feeling of adventure and exploration in a world which doesn’t currently exist. The dinosaur park in Pafos (Cyprus) aims to offer an adventurous environment by giving the chance to children to play on inflatable dinosaurs. Mr T-rex and Mrs Velociraptor are waiting to play with your children. We have drawn a list of the most famous dinosaur parks operating around the world:
Jurassic Park Discovery Centre, Universal Studios, Orlando, USA
The Jurassic park in Orlando is probably the most spectacular dinosaur theme park in the world. It resembles the park played in the Hollywood movie. it is the home of the gigantic fossilized remnants of a enormous T-rex and other dinosaurs. You can also check your DNA and see what kind of dinosaur you would be. Are you a fierce slayer or a non-violent herbivore?
Dinosaur Park, Münchehagen, Germany
This dinosaur park is constructed around real dinosaur tracks. The 2.5-mile track leads you through history with life-sized dinosaurs living. Not only does the park have more than 220 life-sized model dinosaurs, (including one of the world’s largest models, the 148 foot Seismosaurus), but also approximately 37,600 square feet of original dinosaur trails.
Dinosaurs Alive At King Island, Ohio, USA
Dinosaurs Alive is situated in the largest amusement and water park in the Midwest. The World’s biggest animatronic dinosaur park has more than 65 life-sized dinosaurs spread across 12 acres. You can also increase your knowledge as a palaeontologist at the excavation site.
Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom
The gallery covers 160 million years, hundreds of samples and even has four heart-breaking dinosaurs. Located in Kensington, it’s the ideal place to round off a romantic date and show off your proficient dinosaur awareness. Get ready to visit presently if you want to get a last look at Dippy the dinosaur in the main hall. The 26-metre long plaster skeleton is to be moved out of the museum’s main hall to make way for a blue whale.
Jurassic Land, Istanbul, Turkey
The Jurassic Land theme park has more than 70 animatronic dinosaurs. Children can receive their own palaeontologist diplomas after discovering eggs and bones in the digging cave, and come face to face with predators during a trip in the Juracopter, Turkey’s biggest 4-D simulator.
Dinosaur Adventure, Norfolk, United Kingdom
It’ll cost you £9.45 for an adult and £12.30 for a child to have the opportunity to see the life-sized Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops or the Stegosaurus who call Dinosaur Adventure in Norfolk their home. You can also ride a go-kart for the “raptor races” and have a speedy game of dinosaur crazy golf.
PaleoWorld Research Foundation, Montana, USA
The non-profit PaleoWorld Research Foundation, organize real fossil digs for adults and children. Have the chance to join palaeontologists in the Hell Creek formation, where remains of Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus Rex have been discovered.
Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology, Alberta, Canada
Popular for its assortment of over 130,000 remains, the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Canada also has over 40 mounted dinosaur skeletons in its ‘Dinosaur Hall’.
The Museum of Natural Sciences, Brussels, Belgium
The Musée des Sciences Naturelles has the largest dinosaur gallery in Europe. Interactive shows and over 35 skeletons on exhibition make this a must visit for any dinosaur admirer.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is popular for its rare samples of dinosaur. There is a Gorgosaur with a brain tumor and also the Dracorex hogwartsia, the ‘Dragon King of Hogwarts’. The museum also has one of only four mummified dinosaurs in the world on exhibition.