HARTFORD, Conn. (Mass Appeal) – If your family loves dinosaurs, you can have an amazing dinosaur-themed adventure at the Connecticut Dinosaur Trail this summer!
Ashley headed down to the Science Center and spoke with Tracy Shirer, Director of Marketing & Public Relations, to see everything they have to offer your family this summer!
Check Out the CT Dino Trail!
For more information call or visit CTDinoTrail.com
Dino Trail Passport
Get a whole season of adventure! Includes admission to all four attractions in one convenient ticket. A family of four can now enjoy a whole summer of fun for about $155. This is the first time families can pay one price for all locations to use anytime through the end of the year.
One General Admission to Natures Art: The Dinosaur Place; must visit by November 1st
One Admission to the Yale Peabody Museum; must visit by December 31st
One Admission to the Connecticut Science Center; must visit by December 31st
One Admission to Dinosaur State Park, must visit by December 31st
Special rates for nearby hotels (lowest price guaranteed)
Connecticut Science Center
The Science Center features dinosaurs as part of more than 150 thrilling permanent exhibits.
Come see our soaring Pterosaur
Hear the roar of our life-like animatronic Dilophosaurus.
See a real fossil and find your own in our dig pit.
See Julius the Apatosaurus, in the children’s garden
Check out a dinosaur-themed 3D movie.
Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History
From dinosaurs to diamonds, mummies to meteorites
Check out real dinosaur fossils
World’s largest dinosaur painting, Rudolph Zallinger’s The Age of Reptiles.
Fossil carts in the exhibit halls
Touchable specimens in the Discovery Room and more!
Dinosaur State Park
Check out more than 600 Jurassic dinosaur footprints preserved in gray sandstone.
The museum also houses exhibits, a gift shop, a discovery room and auditorium.
And outside, the park sits on 60 acres, including a picnic area, the unique arboretum of evolution and 2 miles of hiking trails.
The Dinosaur Place at Nature’s Art Village
Home to 40 life-sized dinosaurs situated in a pristine, picturesque, 50 acre woodland setting.
Plus, there’s a state-of-the-art playground, maze and during the summer months New England’s largest Splashpad – a unique dinosaur-themed water park.
Discovery Depot Indoor Activity Center, experience indoor hands-on activities that put the “funology” in geology and paleontology!
Promotional consideration provided by CT Dino Trail.