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Dinosaurs Around the World

June 30, 2019–January 20, 2020

Dinosaur illustration with text Dinosaurs Around the World

Dinos Around the World

Dinos After Dark: Halloween Party!
Thursday, October 31, 2019, 4-8 p.m.

Join us for a very special Halloween Dinos After Dark and enjoy pay-what-you-wish admission, a family friendly atmosphere and the Dino Drafts Beer Garden in Dinosaur Hall!

Kids and families, stop by for some fun before you go out trick-or-treating. Adults, enjoy a Halloween happy hour to kick off your spooky evening!

Click here for more details about Dinos After Dark.

About Dinosaurs Around the World: 

Embark on a globetrotting expedition around Pangea, where dinosaurs reign throughout the land. Dinosaurs Around the World introduces visitors to more than a dozen animatronic dinosaurs on a voyage from the ferocious plains of Africa and the tropical beaches of Antarctica, to the inland seas of North America and the polar darkness of Australia. Find out how continental drift, sea level fluctuations and volcanic activity allowed dinosaurs to disperse to all corners of the globe. Learn about paleontological research, touch fossil casts, discover and name your own dinosaur, investigate what dinosaurs may have looked like in life and find modern-day dinosaurs right in your own backyard!

Dinosaurs Around the World Tickets (prices in addition to general admission)

  • $7 – nonmembers
  • $4 – Individual and Family members
  • FREE – Family Plus members and above

Member? Click here to learn how to get discounted tickets.

Dinosaurs featured in the exhibit:

  • Herreasaurus
  • Iguanodon
  • Neovenator
  • Oviraptor
  • Protoceratops
  • Velociraptor
  • Leaellynasaura
  • Spinosaurus

Learn more about Dinosaurs Around the World:

spinosaurus and amargasaurus

On June 26, Spinosaurus made her journey from New Jersey, over the Ben Franklin Bridge, through the streets of Philadelphia and to the Academy of Natural Sciences. See her epic journey:


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