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The Dinosaur Park

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893 Union Chapel Rd, Cedar Creek, TX 78612, USA

The Dinosaur Park is a business providing services in the field of Museum, Store, . The business is located in 893 Union Chapel Rd, Cedar Creek, TX 78612, USA. Their telephone number is +1 512-321-6262.
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Category: Museum, Store, (Edit)
State: Texas
Address: 893 Union Chapel Rd, Cedar Creek, TX 78612, USA
Zip code: 78612
Phone: (512) 321-6262
Website: http://www.thedinopark.com/
Opening hours (Edit)
Monday:Closed
Tuesday:Closed
Wednesday:Closed
Thursday:10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Friday:10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday:10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sunday:10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Location & routing

The Dinosaur Park is located in Bastrop County of Texas state. On the street of Union Chapel Road and street number is 893. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (512) 321-6262. You can get more information from their website.
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find The Dinosaur Park quickly are 30.1418677 ,-97.4817959

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Customer Ratings and Reviews

  • Rena T

    (December 29, 2020, 9:38 pm)

    Nice decent sized trail & selection of dinosaurs displayed. We were able to see a dino getting painted along the trail which was pretty cool. There's a nice little playground in the center which my babies enjoyed. They have a nice gift shop with a wide variety of dinosaur toys, gifts, etc. Definitely worth the trip!

  • Debbie Kim

    (December 29, 2020, 5:17 am)

    A fun place for the kiddos and adults. They had a lot of dinosaur sculptures and we loved how they had the “i spy” section! They also have a little playground area friendly to toddlers. Easy to socially distance while having fun.

  • Tricia Palomino

    (December 28, 2020, 6:04 pm)

    The Dinosaur Park is a short drive just east of Austin's Airport and located on the southeast side of Austin. This outdoor attraction features life-size dinosaur statues along an easy walking path and a playground, fossil dig, and picnic area at the beginning/end of the route. We enjoyed a scavenger hunt that has clues posted along the trail and even stopped for a quick photo at each of the photo opp stations. This park seems like it would cater towards younger children but, surprisingly, was a delight to myself and my two teenage boys who were fascinated by the information we learned and the fact that each of the statues were incredibly life-like. We didn't bring a picnic but there were families picnicking at the park and there is a clubhouse available for renting for parties. Be sure to stop at the gift shop for unique souvenirs or a snack before you head home!

  • Desirae Fletcher

    (December 27, 2020, 9:49 pm)

    My son is 100% all about dinosaurs, he's loved them since he was 1. We've gone to this place a good amount of times and he never gets bored with it. There are huge sculptures outside of different kinds of dinosaurs with fun facts about them and some nice seek and find things. We have so much fun every time nonetheless. Also I want to make sure I highlight, that they have a great selection of toys in the giftshop and the owner goes above and beyond to help satisfy the kids. I forgot to stop by during their open days to get my son some Christmas gifts and emailed to ask if it was possible to stop by during the week of Christmas which they were set to be closed and the owner met me to shop for my son. If that doesn't speak highly of the place and people who run I don't know what does. This place has a loyal customer from me and my family.

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