Dino Stroll

Dino Stroll will be transforming the Leon’s Centre, August 13-14, 2022, into the Mesozoic Era with prehistoric dinosaurs from the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods. You’ll see creatures featuring moving heads, necks, tails, wings, eyes blinking, mouths that open and close, breathing movements, synchronized sounds, roars, and other amazing details that make them look real and alive!

Dino Stroll is an interactive event allowing guests to walk thru this realistic and memorable indoor experience. While guests stroll at their own pace, they can get up close to dinosaurs throughout the exhibit, ranging from babies to life-like and life-size dinosaurs including encounters with a T-Rex, Velociraptor and Stegosaurus, just to name a few.

Dino Stroll, a nationally touring event, produced by CV Events is coming to Kingston for the first time. This is the only North American tour that lets you walk thru and get up close to life-like and life-size dinosaurs. This must-see event features the LARGEST creatures touring the country, much larger than any other event of its kind. The dinosaurs are MASSIVE, some standing over 28 feet tall and spanning over 60 feet long. Dino Stroll also features the NEWEST dinosaurs produced with advanced animatronics and sound technology that brings these amazing creatures to life.

Children can participate in Storytime and the Dinosaur Craft Creations Station for various hands-on crafts. Additional activity tickets are available for purchase at the stroll for themed rides including bounce house inflatables, Dinosaur Scooters, Walking Dinosaur Rides, Stationary rides that give the opportunity to climb on a dinosaur to experience what it would be like to ride on one, and T-Rex ATV’s that children can ride along on a track circling a T-Rex. Also, not to be missed is the world-famous Dino Band and the realistic dinosaur babies and dinosaurs that will be roaming throughout the stroll

This one-of-a-kind event will provide the best opportunity to see and feel what it must have been like when the world’s largest creatures roamed the earth!

For more information, please see the link below.

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