NYS Fairgrounds hosts drive-thru Dino Safari

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Due to overwhelming demand, Dino Safari, a fun and educational nearly 60-minute drive-thru dino experience with audio narration for the entire family, is extending its run at New York State Fairgrounds through Sunday, June 6.

More than 40 giant moving dinosaurs, including Triceratops, Parasaurolophus, Microraptor, T. rex, and many others, have transformed the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse into Pangea National Park.

Tickets are priced per car, beginning at $49.95 per vehicle of up to seven individuals, and are available now through DinoSafari.com. 

Dino Safari takes audience members – in their vehicle – to “Pangea National Park,” for an up-close-and-personal journey with the most fascinating prehistoric creatures from the mighty T. rex of North America to the giant amphibious Spinosaurus of Africa. 

Dino Safari was created in consultation with paleontologist Dr. Gregory Erickson and features fact-based, educational content in addition to an exciting storyline. Kids and families are guided through the fictional “Pangea National Park” by an audio tour (available in both English and Spanish) that plays through each car’s audio system, featuring fun and friendly characters. Each vehicle is given a “Survival Pack” containing your passport to Pangea with a scavenger hunt and other fun surprises for a more interactive experience.

On the Dino Safari adventure, audience members will learn through an audio narrator how dinosaurs evolved, where they called home, and the discoveries paleontologists have made about how they ate, moved, and behaved. Beware: along the journey, earthquakes might erupt, dinosaurs could battle, and audience members may have to help save a baby dinosaur’s life. So, buckle up for the adventure of a lifetime in this socially-distanced experience and family staycation activity.

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