Did you know that there is a place right off the NJ Turnpike where the Dinosaurs still roam the Earth? Yes, it’s true! I’m not making it up!
Located only a mere 9 minutes outside of New York City, Field Station: Dinosaurs brings you and your family 90 million years back in time.
After receiving maps and a Field Station: Dinosaurs Credentials Booklet, it was time to take our trip back in time.
The Morning Briefing at the Outdoor Amphitheater.
We got to meet the Official Dinosaur of NJ – The Hadrosaurus and sing songs with Dinosaur Troubadour.
Along our almost 1 mile walk through the park, we got to see over 30 life-sized Dinosaurs who are nestled into a recreation of what would have been their natural habitat.
While on our journey we ran into one of the Paleontologists from the Dinosaur Nursery. How cute is this baby dinosaur? We got to hold and feed him!
You would never guess you were just a stones throw away from one of the biggest cities in the world. Field Station: Dinosaurs is not only fun, but it’s educational as well. This is a great place for not only families, but scout or school trips. If you are planning a trip to the New York Metro Area, Field Station: Dinosaurs is a must see and do.
Parking is available at Field Station: Dinosaurs or you can take public transportation and walk about 10 minutes from the Frank R. Lautenberg Rail Station at Secaucus Junction.
Field Station: Dinosaurs is open from 10a-6p Saturdays & Sundays through November 2nd.
Located at One Dinosaur Way, Secaucus, NJ
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