Until December 2nd children can enjoy the exciting Jurassic world with animatronics dinosaurs in an area of more than one thousand square meters.
Meeting dinosaurs in Malaga
Indeed it is a special occasion for making activities with children and knowing more about these majestic creatures that once walked on our planet.
The exhibition shows us 10 real size dinosaur figures, some of them are animated simulating breathing and other details of their behaviour.
The representations have an appearance similar to what they think they might had in the past.
One of the latest discoveries shows that many of the dinosaurs may have been covered by feathers. Probably the common ancestor had them also.
Among the species in the exhibitions you can find the great and feared Tyrannosaur Rex in real size. In addition you will see Triceratops, Spinosaurs, Diplodocus and Protoceratops among other species.
Activities for children
The animated figures are represented in habitats that simulate their natural environment.
There are information panels in the dinosaur exhibit that show very interesting facts about those animals and theories of their extinction.
Undoubtedly an ideal way to teach children how they were and where those amazing creatures lived.
For adults it is possible that this exhibition is a little light as I have found many negative opinions that report the reduced space and the very poor quality of the exhibition. If you want to contribute with your opinion you are invited to use the comments section below.
Price and time
The dinosaur exhibition is available for the price of 7€ for children between 2 and 12 years old and 9€ por adults.
Children under 2 years have free admission.
The opening hours are:
Monday to Friday from 5pm to 9pm.
Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 9pm.
You can buy the tickets there or online at http://www.dinosaurios-expo.es/
Address and how to get there
Address: Camino de S. Rafael, 121, 29006 Malaga (Fair grounds)
You can get there using public transport or by car.
The train stop is Victoria Kent if you are getting there by commuter train.
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