It’s All About Dinos!
Join us on July 24-26, 2020 from 10am—4pm for Dino Days, a three-day prehistoric party you don’t want to miss!
Journey back in time to the land of the lost! Join Dr. Dino on a dinosaur expedition, and learn about his fascinating fossil collection! Embark on a prehistoric journey through Dinosaurs Come to Life, get creative with a dino-themed craft, and indulge in a Jurassic treat (while supplies last). Children 11 and under can also enter to win our Prehistoric Prize Pack. All this and more for the price of general admission!
Schedule of Events
Dr. Dino will be leading guided tours or “dinosaur expeditions” through Dinosaurs Come to Life at 11:30, 1:00, and 2:30 (these will replace keeper talks for the weekend). We will also have our regularly scheduled live shows in the Program Center at 10:30, 12:00, 1:30, 3:00, and 4:30. When not giving tours, Dr. Dino will be stationed outside the dinosaur exhibit to show off his fossils and other artifacts.
**In the event of rain, Dr. Dino will give special presentations in the Program Center during our regularly scheduled show times (10:30, 12:00, 1:30, and 3:00). These will replace our live shows except for the 4:30 show.
Additional Event Information
Tickets to this event include general admission to the zoo for the day. Also, the zoo is open from 9am to 6pm, but the activities for this event will take place from 10am to 4pm; please plan your visit accordingly!
Zoo members: admission to this event is free, but we ask that you reserve your tickets in advance if you plan to attend. To do so, please give us a call at 570-538-1869. Thank you!
Meet the Man Behind Dr. Dino, Chris DeLorey
Chris DeLorey is a fossil history and dinosaur buff! He enjoys connecting the living collection to both the past and the future.
He began following the use of animatronic dinosaurs in zoos and museums in the 1980s. At the same time, he began making trips out west to work on various dinosaur sites throughout Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming. He created the Dr. Dino persona to marry two of his passions: paleontology and hands-on learning!