Dinosaur Road Trip
Hours of Operation: Every Day of the Week 9 AM to 5 PM (Last ticket sold at 4 PM)
Pricing: $10 for Union Station Members, $12 for General Public*
*excludes Preservation Fee.
There's no place like home . . . but it sure is nice to get away! Did someone say, "EPIC ROAD TRIP"?
It's time to buckle up for the ultimate family adventure along historic Route 66. Pack the snacks, make sure your camera is charged and ready for some roar-some pics, and maybe even throw in an old-school map to help guide you along a journey filled with "Highway of Dreams" famous roadside attractions and hidden gems, including the world's largest cowboy boots, teapot, beagle, donut and more. Oh, and let's throw in a couple dozen life-size dinosaurs.
Yep, that’s right, you'll come face-to-face with the most amazing North American DINOSAURS along the way. Fully animatronic, these bad boys move and make all sorts of realistic noises.
T-Rex, Allosaurus, Triceratops, Utahraptor… the list goes on. From the kinda-friendly to the most ferocious, they'll all come to life during your coast-to-coast adventure . . . and ONLY at Union Station. (Seriously, who else could create such an amazing and fun experience?)
It's a little science, a bit of geography, a smidge of history AND a whole lotta fun! Get your tickets to Dinosaur Road Trip today. This is THE walk-thru prehistoric adventure you and your family won't want to miss!
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