Took my four kids to Dinosaur State Park, ages 7, 5, and 3 (twins). My 7 year old found it "boring" and he usually loves anything to do with dinosaurs or rocks. The inside area was crowded, but well worth the $8.00 admission ($6 for me, $2 for my 7 year old, and free for kids 5 and under). We saw a 15 minute animated movie on dinosaurs that was pretty good, and checked out the dinosaur footprint exhibit, which I found fascinating but wasn't that exciting for the kids. There is also an arts and crafts room for the kids that kept my younger children occupied for about an hour. There is scheduled nature walks and scavenger hunts, but not really much outside that has to do with dinosaurs (that's why my son was disappointed). The park grounds are nice, definitely a great place for a picnic, had I known I would have brought food with us since they don't have anything there. Overall, on a nice day it is worth checking out but expect more of a regular park setting than much do to with dinosaurs.
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