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Field Station: Dinosaurs

Kids can pretend to be prehistoric explorers at this outdoor expedition, where they’ll tramp through the verdant New Jersey Meadowlands alongside animatronic dinosaurs including Stegosaurus and Triceratops. The theme park, which opens for its third season on Saturday, May 24, features 32 life-sized dinosaurs in total, built with sensors and facial-recognition technology that makes them move as visitors draw near. Daring kids will get a thrill from hearing a 15 foot tall T.rex roar in response to their excited shouts, but there are also activities geared towards the younger set; little ones can pet and hold dinosaur babies at the Dinosaur Meet & Greet, or play Raptor Feud, a dino-centric version of the popular game show that quizzes families on geology and archeology. Check out The Mesozoic Concentration, where your family can experience the nitty-gritty of a dig site and learn about a paleontologist’s tools as you unearth a dinosaur skeleton together. Families can watch the prehistoric creatures come to life on the big screen in Dinosaurs Alive 3D. Ages 3 to 11.
Venue name: Field Station: Dinosaurs
Contact:
Address: Laurel Hill Park, One Dinosaur Way
Secaucus
07094
Cross street: at New County Rd
Opening hours: Opens May 24. Open Sat–Sun 10am–6pm through June 29. Open Tue–Sun 10am-6pm, July 1 through September 1. Open Sat–Sun 10am–6pm September 6 through November 2 (closing day).
Price: In advance: $20–$35 depending on type of ticket, children 3-12 $17.50–$30, children 2 and under free. At the box office: $25–$40, children 3-12 $20–$35, children 2 and under free. Season pass: $62, children 3–12 $52.