Dinosaurs have been taking over the metroplex for almost a year now with no signs of slowing down. The latest dinosaur exhibit to overrun the area is at the Dallas Zoo, with over two dozen massive robotic dinos taking over their north zoo until September.
The exhibit seeks out to show people how everyone's favorite dinosaurs are related to the animals in the zoo today. The robotic beasts roar and move around, giving you a look at what it might be like to have them here today. Stop by the zoo sometime this summer to see the magnificent, life-like beast!
The exhibit allows visitors to control the dinosaurs to show them how the animatronics work. Visitors will also be able to hunt for fossils in the digging zone and enjoy interactive timelines that show the evolution of these creatures. You will learn all there is to know about these ancient animals!
The dinos at the are zoo more than happy to hold still for a selfie with you. The zoo has several demonstrations pertaining to the prehistoric area and during this time you will have the chance to hold a baby dinosaur. The creatures are scattered around and not all of them are robotic, which means there are so many chances to land the perfect picture with your favorite dino.
Tickets for the exhibit are included with general admission which means $17 for adults and $14 for kids. If you happen to be lucky enough to be a member of the zoo, an adult/member-only event will be happening on June 6 to celebrate everything the exhibit has to offer.
The Dallas Zoo is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily and is located at 650 South R L Thornton Freeway. The exhibit will run until September 2. For more information on the zoo and for tickets you can visit their website here.