Any fan of Jurassic Park has daydreamed about a world where dinosaurs still roamed. Over 200 million years ago, Connecticut was home to many species. (Did you know Dilophosaurus is our official state dinosaur?) There are several spots to still see dinosaurs in Connecticut, albeit ones that aren’t alive. The Dinosaur Place in Oakdale has a great splash pad and tons of life-sized models. If you’ve visited there and are still looking for even more dinos, check out Mystic Aquarium in Mystic!

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Have you been to the Jurassic Giants exhibit at Mystic Aquarium? Share your stories in the comments!

For more information about the Mystic Aquarium, check out their website. Specific info about the Jurassic Giants exhibit can be found here

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