DinoLand U.S.A.

Smack in the middle of Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park is the archeological dig site of the Dino Institute. Enter beneath the skeleton of a 50-foot Brachiosaurus to discover roadside America with its rusty camping trailers, crude souvenir stands, lofty ferns, and comfort food diners. Encounter the prehistoric world on a visit to a paleontological dig site, and journey back to the time when dinosaurs roamed. There’s even a 1950s-style roadside amusement park with rides for the entire family.

  • DinoLand U.S.A.®

    DinoLand U.S.A.®

  • Pluto greeting guests at DinoLand

    Pluto greeting guests at DinoLand

  • Brachiosaurus bridge

    Brachiosaurus bridge

  • Dino-Rama

    Dino-Rama

  • Dino-Rama

    Dino-Rama

  • TriceraTop Spin

    TriceraTop Spin
    It's a pre-historic version of the Magic Kingdom® Park's Dumbo ride.

  • DINOSAUR Attraction

    DINOSAUR Attraction

  • DINOSAUR

    DINOSAUR

  • DINOSAUR

    DINOSAUR
    Watch out for dinosaurs who might want YOU for dinner!

  • Fun at The Boneyard dig site

    Fun at The Boneyard dig site


= Cara's Favorite

DINOSAUR

Face fiery meteors and voracious predators on a trip back 65 million years to retrieve a 16-foot, plant-eating dinosaur and return with it before the big asteroid hits the earth. Load into twelve-passenger, all-terrain Dino Institute Time Rovers that rock, tilt, twist, and turn as they move through a dense, dark, prehistoric forest teeming with shrieking dinosaurs, giant lizards, and massive insects. When a hail of meteors strikes, off you go on a wild ride dodging shrieking, nostril-flaring Audio-Animatronics® dinosaurs until the big scream encounter with a huge Carnotaurus (the only meat-eating dinosaur) who’d like you for his dinner.

Four-minute ride. Minimum height: 40 inches. Not recommended for expectant mothers or those with heart, back, or neck problems.

Cara’s Tip: This ride is pretty intense for children not only because of massive, screaming dinosaurs but also because of the scary anticipation in an extremely dark attraction.

The Boneyard

Dinosaur dig open play area for kids ages 10 and under. Excavate fossils from a Triceratops and a Tyrannosaurus Rex at the dig site, then clamber across rope bridges, climb through mysterious caves and hurl down twisting slides.

TriceraTop Spin

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