2 Jun

Did you know there are Dinosaurs living in Secaucus, NJ? Tell your family you’re on your way to see the 32 life-sized animatronic dinosaurs at Field Station Dinosaurs. This expedition of realistic dinosaurs is amazing. There’s even a 90 foot long Argentinosaurus (the largest animatronic dinosaur ever made) that comes to life thanks to roboticists.

My kids and I hopped on the NJ Transit from Penn Station which took only 9 minutes and a 10 minute walk from train. The adult ticket was only $8 round-trip and kids 11 and under are free on weekends which is when we went. I was happy. We met up with Denise from Boyz Rule Our World. We took our kids exploring with these creatures along the 3/4 mile trail. There are workshops, games and activities for the kids along the trail. They also get to dig for prehistoric fossils and dinosaur skeletons at the Fossil Dig Site. T-Rex showed up at the “Dino Whodunit” presentation and I could hear screams from the front. It looked so real even with the person feet underneath. They played a game with the audience and T-Rex was blind folded.

Kids and adults please wear sneakers and socks because sand and rocks will be traveling with you throughout the day. I wore the wrong shoe and paid for it. Lol.

Our ticket included a stop at the Commander’s Tent which is air conditioned and includes a 3D movie “Dinosaurs Alive.”This tent was beautifully decorated by IKEA and has books for the readers and we were greeted by a baby herbivore that the kids fed a bottle to. It was so cute, very affectionate and friendly. They also got to hold it. Now that I wouldn’t mind petting but those big ones no thank you.

The Lookout is gated off and you look over to see what’s lurking in the woods. I thought something was going to run up to us and let out a loud roar but it didn’t. I guess it’s there for your imagination to wonder what could be down there. (Smart)

After the kids saw every single dinosaur, and explored they were ready for lunch which was kindly provided to us bloggers. The weather was great and so was our adventure. We will definitely be going back and are thinking about “Dozin With Dinos Overnight Adventure.” This is a campout with the dinosaurs under the stars, lantern lit trail, s’mores, songs, campfire and other goodies. This takes place from August 2-23 from 7pm- 8am.

Check out the website for Directions, hours, prices, reservations and season passes. http://www.fieldstationdinosaurs.com
The phone number is 1 (855) 999-9010 if you have any questions.

Giveaway: Field Station Dinosaurs was kind enough to give away a Family 4 pack of tickets to one of my readers.
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Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. All opinions are mine as always. I was invited to attend press event.

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4 Responses to “DINOSAURS HAVE TAKEN OVER SECAUCUS, NJ @jerseysaurus #giveaway”

  1. kristrange June 2, 2014 at 7:45 pm #

    My sons favorite dinosaur is the Stegosaurus.

  2. nicperrino June 3, 2014 at 6:40 pm #

    My daughter’s fave dinosaur is a stegosaurus because she loves the spikes. I did all of the above requirements. Fingers crossed!

    • nilimo72 June 3, 2014 at 10:48 pm #

      Good luck Nicole. Popular dinosaur.

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