Dino & Dragon Stroll

Dino & Dragon Stroll this Week at Tampa Convention Center

The Dino & Dragon Stroll is the only North American Tour that let's you walk thru and get up close to life-size dinosaurs and dragons! This event will March 12th and 13th at the Tampa Convention Center.

This family-friendly event lets you encounter real-sized dinosaurs ranging from babies to huge Brachiosaurus up to 20 ft tall and 36 ft long. The Mamenchisaurus standing over 2 stories high and 60 ft long, the Mammoth Spinosaurus is also over 2 stories high and over 45 ft long, the T-Rex at 28 ft tall and over 60 ft long and the Apatosaurus that is 24 ft tall and 65 ft long.

As you walk through, you will be transformed into the Mesozoic Era with dinosaurs from the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods. Come enter the Dragon’s Den which is surrounded by some fantastical, legendary fire breathing dragons.

These dinos and dragons feature scaly skin, feathers, fur, moving heads, necks, tails, wings, blinking eyes, mouths that open and close, breathing movements, synchronized sounds, roars, and other amazing details that are so realistic, you will think they are alive!

Children can participate in Story time and the Dinosaur and Dragon Craft Creations Station. 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 experience what it would be like to ride a dinosaur, and T-Rex ATVs that children can ride along on a track circling a T-Rex. Also, the world-famous Dino Band will be attending the stroll!

Take advantage of these once in a lifetime photo opportunities in the interactive photo experience! Climb inside a dinosaur egg or stand next to the Giganotosaurus who is 36 ft long with his mouth at ground level. This event also features the newest dinosaurs and dragons produced with advanced animatronics and sound technology that brings these creatures to life!

Children under 2, military and veterans are FREE to attend. Full event details can be found online. Spots must be reserved in advance, so make sure to register quick!

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