Under the dome of the exhibition center, visitors can look down at 500 tracks believed to have been left about 200 million years ago by dinosaurs such as the Dilophosaurus and Otozoum.
From May 1 until Oct. 31, visitors can make their own replica of a prehistoric foot print from Plaster of Paris. Visitors also can bring a souvenir home from the gift shop, with proceeds supporting the park.
Park, daily 9-4:30. Exhibit center, Tue.-Sun. 9-4:30.
Casting area open May 1-Oct. 31, daily 9-3:30.
Closed major holidays.
$5 Adults (Ages 13 and older)
$2 Youth (Ages 6-12)
FREE Children (5 years and under)
Dinosaur State Park is located one mile east of Exit 23 (West Street) on Interstate Highway 91
Handicap Assessable: Yes
Dinosaur State Park
400 West Street
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067-3506
- JIM WELCH