This Secret Life-Size Dinosaur Park In Utah Will Transport You To The 'Jurassic World'
Dinosaurs minus the running for your life part.
These 'Jurassic' times call for 'Jurassic' measures and we've got just the cure. Moab Giants in Utah is one hidden gem that will transport you to a new world. The life-size creatures are so cool, plus, you don't have to run for your life if you get up close.
Located in the desert city of Moab,, this wild attraction features over 100 life-size dinosaurs that once roamed the earth.
You can see them up and personal, but no need to worry, they won't bite. General admission tickets are $10-$12 per person and will give you access to the outdoor exhibit.
While you'rethe outdoor area, you'll get to walk the 0.5-mile Dinosaur Trail with massive creatures and the tracks they've left behind.
You'll get to see a giant Tyrannosaurus Rex that's more impressive than scary. Just imagine all of the wild photos you could take!
Some of our favorites include the 'running for your life pose' and the 'deer in headlights' one. Either way, it'll be an adventure of a lifetime.
The park is open Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. It's a great excuse to get outside thisand go on a prehistoric .
The indoor exhibits are just as impressive as the outdoor ones.
The $22 Discovery Pass will immerse you under the sea with a virtual aquatic adventure along with the Tracks Museum, 3D Theatre, and outdoor dino trail.
Plus, thebackdrop makes this spot truly unique!
If you're daydreaming about places you want to visit, this spot should defintely be on your bucket list. Talk about a 'roarsome' experience.
Price: $10 - $22 per person
When: Year-round subject to change based on weather conditions
Address: 112 West SR-313, Moab, UT
Why you need to go: You can get up-close and personal with life-size dinos.
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