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Discover the Dinosaurs next weekend at Cal Expo!

April 17, 2015

untitledBy Heather Crivellone

Does your child dream of becoming a Paleontologist when he or she grows up?  Do they know the difference between a T-Rex and a Triceratops?  Or if they are like my kids- they just sound like a noisy dinosaurs in the morning!

Next weekend, your family can learn about all things prehistoric related at “Discover the Dinosaurs” as this amazing exhibit comes to life at Cal Expo. On April 25 and 26, Cal Expo will transform into a land before time with exhibits showcasing the amazing dinosaurs of the past.
“The goal of Discover the Dinosaurs is to create a fun environment of learning and activity that explores the wonderment and mystery of our pre-historic past. Once you enter through the stone arch, the adventure begins that is full of smiles, amazement and fun.”

Life like exhibits with sight, sound and motion along with hands on exhibits, will allow your family to really “dig in” and learn about these great dinosaurs of the past. Kids will enjoy activities such as:  Dino Dig (to discover fossils), Dino Theater (to watch educational movies), Dinosaur Rides (they can ride on the back of a T-Rex!), Gem and Fossil Painting, Bounce Houses and even Mini Golf!

Tickets are on sale at their website.  Adults that are ages 13 and up are $20 for an all-day ticket.  Children ages 2-12 are $25 for an all-day ticket.  Seniors $18.

This will be an event not to be missed!  Kids of all ages will enjoy learning about the dinosaurs and will have fun doing it.

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