Pangaea Land of the Dinosaurs hosts free Dino Day
Pangaea Land of the Dinosaurs will host its first free Dino Day Saturday, April 21 at OdySea in the Desert from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Dino Day is a completely free event at the OdySea in the Desert courtyard where families and children can enjoy numerous dino-related activities. There will be a fossil dig pit where children can become paleontologists for a day and dig up fossils. In addition, there will be a paleontologist table set up for the Pangaea experts to educate and answer questions about dinosaurs, a dino tattoo station and raptor performances on the stage. The Pangaea dinosaurs will also be roaming the courtyard and interacting with guests throughout the day.
Guests who attend will get $5 off their ticket to Pangaea for the day. This event is open to the public and is the first of many Dino Days to come at OdySea in the Desert.
Pangaea Land of the Dinosaurs is an indoor interactive exhibit and educational center located at OdySea in the Desert next to OdySea Aquarium, Butterfly Wonderland and Dolphinaris. Complete with more than 50 life-sized animatronic dinosaurs and true-to-life recreations of prehistoric habitats, Pangaea is designed to transport guests back to the age of the dinosaurs. Guests can enjoy family-friendly activities, educational explorations, thrilling rides, high-quality dining and more. For more information, please visit LandOfTheDinos.com.