Dinosaurs Invade Kansas This Weekend
Kansas is about to go 90 Million years back in time. Opening this weekend the new Field Station: Dinosaurs brings life-sized dinosaurs to Derby, Kansas.
"It's a lot like going to the zoo, but instead of animals, you have life-sized, living, breathing, roaring animatronic dinosaurs,” Guy Gsell, expedition commander at Field Station Dinosaurs.
The park will include features such as 40 Life-size animatronic dinosaurs, over 30 informative and interactive live shows, workshops, games, a challenge dome, and even a “Jurassic Golf” mini-golf course.
The goal is to be informative and entertaining for all ages. This world-class family attraction that combines cutting-edge science with the creative minds of great artists to create a one-of-kind experience that's thrilling, educational and fun.
Park admission is targeted to still be family friendly, with a full days admission costing only a bit more than your standard movie ticket.
- Day Pass – Kids (2-11) $13.50
- Day Pass – Adults (12+) $16.50
- Paleontologists’ Laboratory (Fossil Dig) $10
- Jurassic Golf (Kids 2-11) $7.50
- Jurassic Golf (Adults 12+) $10.50
- Challenge Dome – Low Course (Ages 2-11) $9.50
- Challenge Dome – High Course (Ages 12) $12.50
Hours of operation
During the summer season:
Open Tuesday through Sunday from 10-6pm from May 26 through September 2. Also open July 4 and Labor Day, Monday, September 3. After the summer season, they move to weekends only.