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

  • 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!


= 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.

TriceraTop Spin

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