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Dinosaurs in Secaucus?

Argentinosaurus
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Forget about Jurassic Park – take a drive to Secaucus and get your prehistoric reptile fix at Field Station: Dinosaurs. Located at the bottom of a 150 million year old rock formation, Field Station offers visitors 20 wild acres of dinosaur-themed education and fun. The coolest part about the park? Thirty-two full-sized animatronic dinosaurs that move, roar, and bring the past to life, including a 90-foot Argentinosaurus, the largest animal to ever walk the Earth.

Thanks to the staff and scientists from the New Jersey State Museum, guests have the opportunity to learn about biology, climatology, geology, and paleontology firsthand. The new Dinosaurs Alive! 3D movie takes the audience on groundbreaking dinosaur finds with paleontologists from the American Museum of Natural History. Visitors can also dig for fossils, check out a 200 million year old volcano, or take part in any of the park’s other games and workshops. With Field Station’s interactive offerings, it’s never been easier for kids to unleash their inner scientists and let their minds run wild.

Field Station: Dinosaurs is located at One Dinosaur Way in Secaucus. The park’s spring hours are from 10AM – 6PM on weekends; starting June 27th, the park is open everyday from 10AM – 6PM. For information about ticket prices, visit: http://fieldstationdinosaurs.com/Visit

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