I was provided free tickets to facilitate a review for Dinosaur World Florida. Opinions expressed are that of my own.Last week I shared a post about Dinosaur World Florida, and how my family would be taking a trip to the park. This would actually be our first time visiting, so we were all excited about this travel experience. Well I am happy to report, that we went this past weekend, and the entire family had a blast. The kids loved it and we shared many special memories.
The pictures really tell the story, but just to give you an idea of what happened, we first visited a museum and then headed over to the Skeletal Playground. This was a place where all 3 of my kids could enjoy themselves.
Surrounding the playground were realistic dinosaur statues and covered picnic areas.
Dinosaur WorldFlorida allows you to bring in food since they do not have a restaurant on site, this is definitely a way to keep your trip on a budget.
Next, it was time to head over to the Fossil Dig.
This is included in the general admission for children, and when they are finished excavating, they are provided with a bag to keep 3 "fossils".
My husband lent my 5-year-old daughter some assistance, but my 8-year-old son took right to it and starting digging.
It was fun watching all the kids sifting through the sand.
After this, we headed over to see a paleontologist presentation and then took a walk through the park to check out all of the dinosaur statues.
The kids also got to Feed Koi Fish in a pond, and after we headed over to a Bone Yard to unearth some buried dinosaur bones.
To finish up our day, we went to the Dino Gem Excavation. This experience is included in the Excavation Pass Rate. The kids were each given a bag of sediment filled with gems and as they moved their "dirt" through the sifter and water, the treasure appeared. They got to keep any items they found in a "Lucy Strike" bag. My kids thought this was so AWESOME! There was also a Geode Cracker option that could be purchased for an additional fee.
Throughout the day the kids and I had fun "HAMMING IT UP" for pictures and my favorite photo was this one of us in front of T Rex.
We really enjoyed ourselves at Dinosaur World Florida, and I wish we would have visited sooner, it is well worth the trip.
Have you ever visited a Dinosaur World location before? What was your favorite part?