I felt it was overpriced for what it is for our family. With discounts it cost us $70 for our family of 7 (5 kids). For a smaller crew with a dino lover, you won't want to miss it.
Kids' favorite part was unearthing the dinosaur skeleton. At 11 and 12, and knowing it's not real, you would think they wouldn't care. They also enjoyed the fossil dig, where they brought home their 3 favorite pieces. A tip.... the amber is so small that the attendant let the kids keep several pieces and didn't count that in their allotted three.
Enjoyed the Dino walk, although note these are not animatronic. So if you've recently been to one of the newer dino exhibits that are popping up, it's not as exciting. The dinos are placed in the midst of foresty vegetation and some fantastic, especially those presented in herds.
The walk to the mammoths and "photosaurus" isn't nearly as long as it appears on the map handout. It's worth going to see. And while the signs indicate the trail is not appropriate for strollers and wheel chairs, we saw several families pushing strollers with small plastic wheels with little effort. A jogging stroller would be easier, but don't let it stop you from seeing the mammoths.
The entire walk is under forest canopy, so would be nicely shaded on a sunny day. It is a decent incline (down at the beginning and up at the end). Might be difficult after a day climbing steps in the caves. Plenty of benches to rest upon along the way.
Staff was extremely courteous and friendly.
Check out the bathrooms. Very clean and have amazing dino murals all around. Also has A/C, so quite refreshing on a hot August day.
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