Dallas Zoo Has Extended Their Wild Dinosaur Days Until October
More dino fun for all.
Dinos have been taking over the Dallas Zoo for a while now and we are very much here for it. The dinosaurs at the Dallas Zoo were welcomed earlier this year and now they are extending their stay. The Dallas Zoo has announced at their Dino exhibit will stay open until October 27. The exhibit will feature all of the lifesized dinos from before so if you haven't had the chance to check them out yet, you still can!
The exhibit gained popularity because of its life-sized mechanical dinosaurs. The robots are supposed to mimic the way dinos might have moved when they were still around. The zoo often has special showings of the Dinos including letting its visitors hold “baby dinos” and take tons of photos with them.
They also have shows that explain what these amazing creatures might be like if they were still around today. The news comes right before theirwhich means you can enjoy great drinks while you walk around and see the dinos. Visitors are more than welcome to take pictures with these amazing creatures and there have been no reports of them chasing anyone around.
Tickets to the zoo are $17 for adults and if you're lucky enough to be a member, you can get in totally free. You can stop by any day of the week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Once you're done checking out the zoo you can stop by this crazyinside an abandoned mall to cool off.
The Dallas Zoo is located at 650 S R L Thornton Fwy, Dallas, TX 75203. For more information on this awesome exhibit, you can visit their website here.
Dinos At The Dallas Zoo
When: Now - October 27
Address: 650 S R L Thornton Fwy, Dallas, TX 75203
Why You Need To Go: You can now see these amazing dinosaurs for an extended period of time.