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Prehistoric Gardens, Gold Beach

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  • $12 for adults and $8 for children. Having 6 family members, it was pretty expensive for a 20-25 minute walk. It was interesting that the dinosaurs were built to scale so you can get perspective on th...  more »
  • Highway 101 is known for a few of its "tourists trap". This one was a pleasant surprise but it only takes one visit to take it all in. Very clean. Interpretive signs were helpful. Works of art amidst ...  more »
  • my folks took us here fr the late 70s through the early 90s. I took my oldest (22yrs old now) here on our annual road trips up the northern coast in the 2000's. now I have a 3 yr old & 1 yr old who we...  more »
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  • Don't pass this by. You could write this off as being another hokey roadside attraction... and it is, but it's also a lovely respite from driving. A trail winds through the cool, dark woods, with occasional life size statues of dinosaurs. At the same time there are signs along the way that teach about local geology and history (some not so prehistoric). The grounds are well maintained, but not so much as to look artificial.
  • Full sized replicas of dinosaurs, including some I'd never heard of, and very informative - good for kids who just want to see the dinosaurs and those wanting to learn more about them. Also has some huge plants and information about them. The staff were friendly and there are comfortable seats out front for resting or just hanging out.
  • Pretty cool but very short. The kids loved it but amount of value for dollar spent is low. We were thru it in 15 mins or less.
  • great road side attraction, we met the grand daughter of the man who made the dinosaurs. we got a guided tour. this place is great!
  • I think small children would enjoy the dinosaurs that are in the trail. I had 2 15 year olds with me. One of them had been there as a small child so it was very nostalgic otherwise I think they would have been bored. My 9 year old nephew thought this was the neatest thing since sliced bread when I showed him the pictures.