A fun place to go with friends, we had read that this was owned by some anti-evolotionsit Christian organization and that only made us more interested in going. Some other reviews read here about this attraction made it seem as if missionaries stood next to every dinosaur statue and spouted out how all evolutionary theory was evil and that God was going to destroy you all and that by the end you would either believe that there were dinosaurs in the manger with Jesus or they would send you straight to hell; ummm yeah, that did not happen.
The whole place was very laid back and yes there are some Creationist type information with a lot of the exhibits, but nothing that can't easily be ignored if that sort of thing upsets you. Even the gift shops were very low key and there was only a few articles or merchandise explaining the Creationist approach or ideas about dinosaurs in a mug, a t-shirt and a very wordy children's book with the Cabazon dinosaurs discussing the ignorance of scientists and those that believe in evolutionary theory.
Which I was kind of hoping for some crazy religious attacks, zealots or even mild prodding, but everyone was professional, kind and stayed out of all of the guests way and let them take pictures of anything and everything in the gift shops to the exhibits.
We may not have found heavy handed religious dinosaurs, but definitely a fun place in the middle of the desert, a must see if traveling by, just so you can say you've seen it.
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