Few People Know About Dinosaur World, A Unique Park In Texas

Dinosaurs were truly amazing creatures. The average person doesn’t know much about them since they existed millions of years ago, but that doesn’t take away any of their magic. Learning more about them might add to our appreciation – and that’s exactly what you can do at Dinosaur World in Glen Rose. From digging for fossils to admiring life-sized dinosaur statues, there’s educational fun to be had for the entire family. You’ll feel like you’ve been transported back to the Jurrasic Era as you stroll through Dinosaur World in Texas, one of the most unique family attractions in the Lone Star State.

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You can find this unique attraction near Dinosaur Valley State Park at 1058 Park Road 59, Glen Rose, TX, 76043. For more information, be sure to check out their website and give them a follow on Facebook.

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Address: 1058 Park Rd 59, Glen Rose, TX 76043, USA
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Dinosaur World in Texas

August 13, 2020

What are the best day trips in Texas?

Because of the enormous size of Texas, it can be difficult to take day trips in the Lone Star State unless you stick to a specific region. Texas is broken up in to seven areas: the Panhandle Plains, Big Bend, Hill Country, Prairies & Lakes, Piney Woods, South Texas Plains, and the Gulf Coast. From beaches to desserts and mountain landscapes, Texas has one of the most diverse landscapes in the country.

What underrated places in Texas should I visit?

Galveston, Big Bend National Park, South Padre Island, and of course The Alamo are all top Texas attractions for a reason, but there are plenty of underrated places in Texas that are worthy of a visit. If you’re looking to get lost in Texas’ natural beauty, visit the Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge. Here you’ll find a 2-mile trail that will lead you to stunning 360-degree views of hill country. For history buffs, a visit to the National Cowgirl museum and Hall of Fame in Fort Worth where you’ll learn about the women of the American West.

What can I do with kids in Texas?

One of the best reasons to love Texas is that no matter how old you are, you can find something to love here. Kids will always have a blast at one of the many waterparks throughout the Lone Star State. The most popular waterpark in Texas is Schlitterbahn, which has locations in New Braunfels and Galveston. The  National Butterfly Center in Mission, Texas is always a great experience for families with kids of all ages. This beautiful sanctuary sits on over 100 acres of land and features hundreds of butterflies your kids (and you) will love being surrounded by.

Address: 1058 Park Rd 59, Glen Rose, TX 76043, USA