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St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site, St. George

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  • We had some extra time in St. George before we left for the airport. We toured the Dinosaur Discovery Site. I think this would be a great place for kids on a school field trip to visit. The fee is $6....  more »
  • we stopped here on 6/7/17 and really enjoyed the dinosaur discovery. it was very interesting to see the fossils. the price to enter was very reasonable, the staff was friendly and were always availabl...  more »
  • Small but well done and interesting for those interested in this sort of thing. Lots of rock slabs with dinosaur footprints accidentally discovered on a farm that used to occupy this site. Educational...  more »
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  • This is an amazing little dinosaur museum with lots of cool artifacts. This place is great for kids and dinosaur enthusiasts alike. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone stopping in St George. I also found the Doctor Who Police Call Box on one of the paintings very amusing. What a wonderful place.
  • This place is really neat. I love dinosaurs, and was hesitant when we pulled up and saw how small the building is. It really is small, but it's packed full of cool exhibits and TONS of tracks. We stopped and read every sign and every description along the way. I didn't think the tracks were going to be that cool, but the museum staff has done a great job laying out their displays to make them fun with maps and layouts of the exhibits so you can try and spot the tracks! Really informative, educational, and entertaining. I actually wished for a minute I had kids to bring with me, because that would be SO FUN! I wish it was a little bigger to be honest, but I feel it's worth the $6 adult entry.
  • It is a small building but it is packed with information and fossils. The price is extremely reasonable. My family of 2 adults and 2 kids was only $18 total ($6 adults, $3 for kids, 3 and under free). My 4 and 5 year old loved it. It was fascinating watching them actually work on uncovering fossils. Great little stop. If you have the time, stop by!
  • Figured the reviews would be more accurate, but i was wrong. No one to explain except a small home video, nothing to see but "coming soon" signs. The only reason it's not a 1 star is because it's incredibly cheap to get in. Truthfully, may be a good time filler if you're really bored... otherwise, I'd recommend finding something else. Kids were bored.
  • $6 seems a little steep for 3 minutes worth of exhibits (10 if you include the 7-minute intro video). Wasn't fun for my young kids, but the sandbox outside did keep them busy. Would not recommend for kids under 8 unless they are really into fossiles (not dinosaurs, dino bone fragments and foot prints).