Dinosaurs Around the World represents the next generation of traveling dinosaur exhibitions. Featuring advanced animatronics as well as authentic casts, a real fossil, cutting-edge research and immersive design elements, the Exhibition equally thrills and educates visitors, while its multi-layered narrative brings the world of Pangea to life like never before.
Dinosaurs were the dominant terrestrial animals throughout the Mesozoic Era (also known as the Age of Reptiles). During their remarkable 172 million year reign, they adapted into a variety of forms including long-necked herbivores as large as whales, the mighty T. rex, and more! Continental drift driven by plate tectonics, land bridges revealed after sea level fluctuations, and new landforms created by volcanic activity allowed dinosaurs to disperse to all corners of the globe, leaving each of the seven continents with its own unique selection of these giant reptiles that we are still discovering and learning about today.
Join us on this global adventure from the inland seas of North America to the arid deserts of Brazil, to the polar darkness of Australia. Get up to date on the latest paleontological research, discover and name your own dinosaur, determine what colors dinosaurs actually were, and find modern day dinosaurs right in your own back yard!
- South America
- North America
5,000 sq. ft. - 8,000 sq. ft.
460 sq. m – 750 sq. m
Dinosaurs Around The World just closed its doors at South Florida Science Center after receiving record breaking attendance. Dinosaurs and paleontology have been presented countless times in various exhibits, but what made Dinosaurs Around the World so special is it turned science and learning into a real-world, hands on adventure in discovery. Our visitors left Palm Beach and entered a world of excitement, walked alongside prehistoric creatures in awe of their size and greatness, with a desire to learn more around each corner. If you think you’ve seen all Dinosaur exhibitions, think again! Dinosaurs Around the World received the highest attendance at our Venue of any Exhibition ever to date!
Kate Arrizza, COO
South Florida Science Center