Dino Play, Now Open at The Mind Museum!
There is probably nothing more fascinating to young children more than dinosaurs. But why? Dinosaurs have not walked Earth for 65 million years now. So what’s so fascinating about them? Is it their size or imposing stature? Is it the way they move and eat? And while we’re at it, what makes dinosaurs, dinosaurs?
Satisfy their curiosity (and yours) by visiting The Mind Museum’s latest traveling exhibition, Dino Play: Explore the Mind-blowing World of Dinosaurs!
Launched last June 29, Dino Play invites young dinosaur fans to come and explore the world of dinosaurs. A vintage original Sarao Motors jeep will immediately welcome you to the exhibit, lending a local color to the adventure that awaits you and the kids! A T. rex sculpture also waits for you at the entrance with giant dinosaur eggs that you can wriggle into to take a shot of your first exhibit photo!
The adventure begins by introducing guests as to what dinosaurs actually are, and how they are related to the more familiar, modern reptiles. Then follow the massive dino footprints representing the impressions left when dinosaurs used to roam the earth. Here, you can leave your own footprints and compare them to the dinosaurs’ such as the Tyrannosaurus rex and the Velociraptor.