Parco della Preistoria, Rivolta d'Adda

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Learn about prehistory and enjoy the expansive green space at Parco della Preistoria. Situated along the Adda River within 40 hectares (100 acres) of natural space, 50 life-sized reconstructions display 31 prehistoric species, such as arthropods, fish, amphibians, reptiles, dinosaurs, mammals, and primitive humans. Learn more about prehistory in the paleontology museum and wander through the botanical garden. Around the park, spot animals such as rabbits, squirrels, foxes, badgers, hedgehogs, and moles, as well as semi-captive deer, donkeys, horses, sheep, and goats. Our Rivolta d'Adda online travel route builder makes visiting Parco della Preistoria and other Rivolta d'Adda attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Purchased tickets with coupon. Free parking. Dinosaur Park along a path in the middle of nature. Possibility to use (2 euro) of an airport train ... Within large area Park Playground ... nice funny maze for children and many convenient drinking fountains for rinfrescarsi.....il our baby was super pleased with the tour "out door"! I recommend it to escape from the city and to entertain the little outdoors!
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  • Entrance undoubtedly expensive ... especially when you consider that already 3 years children pay 9 euros (12 adults). Beautiful natural park from the botanical point of view, but we are not here to see that. Present some 20 reproductions of dinosaurs and primitive men-size and some fences with flesh-and-blood animals (deer, goats, sheep, various birds). Opportunity to shop around with trenino (2 euros on Saturdays and Sundays, free the other days). There are two dining areas (even here prices are above average). Essential bar and bathrooms facilities worthy of a construction site. I would recommend some improvements to make the Park more interactive and interesting, how to add an audio explanation or the direction of any dinosaur, because otherwise the visit can be tedious and tasteless.
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  • I returned after decades in Dinosaur Park, this time with my sons 10 and 7 years old. If the kids really liked it anyway, my overall rating is still negative because it is very expensive compared to what has actually and not much has changed compared to the memory I had of my visit made by a child. The circular route runs along a circular route, along which are distributed replicas of dinosaurs accompanied by a sign bilingual (Italian and English) which gives some information on the animal play. Sometimes there are also botanical signs which inform about the plants found in the Park. Halfway through the tour you will encounter some enclosures with animals (deer, goats, horses, sheep) and a little further on a picnic area with some games, grills available for visitors-do not know yet how to use because we weren't interested-and a couple of kiosks. It is available for visitors a little train that goes rather quickly along the same route on foot and making a brief stopover at the picnic area. The train is free on weekdays, while on holidays costs €2 per person. At the end of the lap, next to the exit, there is a tent with a small paleontological museum which we have not visited because it was piping hot and from the outside didn't seem to be a must. Probably for those who live in the area is a nice outing to do in spring and autumn, with balmy weather, to take advantage of grids and have a barbecue with friends. If you're coming from further away, don't expect anything earth-shattering. To watch dinosaur reproductions 12 euro (€9 low 3-13 years) are so many. I highly recommend you bring your lunch from home because the menus are expensive (at least €10 per person), or go to the park before or after lunch somewhere else. Greatly appreciated the drinking fountains along the way!
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  • Good for all ages, plenty of animals, both living and extinct!!!
  • I loved it as a kid and I still enjoy a visit from time to time. Have something to eat with you, there is a bar but it is not cheap.
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  • Passed a Sunday with family, they say, the place is nice x unplug from Milan a day, path among trees though when it's hot with the kids I would not recommend! Dear admission prices for what it offers, which is a dirt path where every now and then you see I'm papier-mâché dinosaurs. The train is paying x move inside the Park which, at least that, given the price of admission should be free. I wouldn't go back more and more common. For dinosaurs better the natural history museum.
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  • Considering the potential of a park like this one is a bit with a bad taste in my mouth. The Park is nice, it's big, it's held up well, is clean. Too bad that there are a few reproductions of dinosaurs and they are somewhat approximate. Could have improved the educational sector with more detailed descriptions. Could be more interactive. Last but not least, you could eat better.
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