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New exhibit and entertainment coming as Dinosaur World celebrates 15th anniversary

by Banks Lee

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To ring in their 15th anniversary, Dinosaur World will be offer new experiences this summer.

Three entertaining and educational shows will also their debut to park guests. The first show, a walk around character based on a quirky paleontologist, will provide guests a hands-on tour of the all new Exploration Cave where they will learn about fossils, bones and why fossil discoveries made my paleontologists are so important to us today.

The second show, “Dino Disguise”, asks guests to help the guide create the perfect costume to allow him/her to walk amongst the dinosaurs. Guests will help pick the head, tail and feet of their fearless explorer who will within minutes be transported back in time to put the disguise to the ultimate test. Next you will be invited to a game show style setting where you will be tested on everything dinosaur. This interactive encounter will allow kids of all ages to test their prehistoric knowledge in this impromptu dinosaur game show complete with prizes and praise.

Bigger is better when it comes to the new “Mammoth – Giants of the Ice Age” exhibit. At over 5,000 square feet, the open-air exhibit provides a snapshot of a migration pod of the giant creatures. Known to roam in many areas across the world including North America, numerous sub species of mammoths lived throughout the ice ages. The mystery of these remarkable beasts is highlighted in the species new spotlight at the attraction costing over $200,000 and including 13 life size mammoths.

“Visitors get a rare look at some of the most feared predators ever to walk the planet,” said Marlene Svensson, general manager of Dinosaur World. “At the same time, Dinosaur World is one of the few theme parks in Central Florida where tourists can escape the pressures of today while exploring the area as it existed thousands of years ago.”

Dinosaur World is located off Interstate 4 (Exit 17) in Plant City, approximately one hour from Orlando. For more information on Dinosaur World, visit dinosaurworld.com

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2 comments

Antonia Wilson July 9, 2013 - 6:46 am

These things were in process when I was there last. I now have an excuse to return with my dino loving nephews, so that we can see the new exhibits. 😀

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Abby Mydino October 20, 2017 - 2:16 am

The second show “Dino Disguise” should be very interesting and also exercise the children’s hands-on skills and brainstorm. As the kids are curious about the dinosaur!

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