On our way home from visiting family in Michigan, we stopped at Dinosaur World in Kentucky. We felt this was a good way to let the little ones have a break from being in their car seats and letting them release some energy.
We had our son Joshua age two, our twin grandchildren ages three years old, our son Garrett age nine, foster daughter age twelve, and our foster son age fourteen. Then there was me, husband, and our son that is twenty.
When we first entered the building, the employees were very polite and seemed happy. The building is the gift shop and is where you pay for entry.
Once we walked outside we saw the playground. The kids had lots of fun on the playground and got to run some energy out.
Once we were finished on the playground there was a building that played a movie about dinosaurs.
Next was the dinosaur trail. They trail was not too long and the toddlers had no issues walking it. The trail perfect for a stroller should you need one. Here are some pictures of what you will see on the trail.
After the trail, the kids got to do a fossil dig. The fossil dig is free with your kid’s ticket entry. The kids were allowed to find and Keep three fossils.
One of the kid’s favorites was the BoneYard. This was where the kids went in and got to shift the sand and brush off the bones.
Dinosaur World also has a museum. This is in a building and they have some educational facts. Outside of the museum is some boxes that they can stick their hands in and guess what dino it is.
Dinosaur World has much more to offer. This is a place I would recommend if you are in the area. If you plan to be driving through Kentucky and will be in the Cave City area this is a must see.
You can visit their website at https://dinosaurworld.com/kentucky/ The website has more information and all of the ticket information.
Our family plans to visit again and hope you enjoyed our story of our trip to Dinosaur World.
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