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Dinosaur Land, White Post

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.6/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Open for about 50 years, this Shenandoah Valley roadside attraction features over 50 dinosaurs, inviting visitors to step into the world of the prehistoric past, turning back the pages of time to the Mesozoic era, when dinosaurs were the only creatures that roamed the earth.
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  • Stopped in while driving because it was on the way. We opted to just look for the parking lot and did not pay to enter. If you have little kids, they might enjoy the stop. 
  • I love a good roadside attraction, especially the old ones. This one did not disappoint. Some of the dinosaurs are old (and could use a touch up), but I thought it gave the place character. Lots of ph...  read more »
  • This is a must stop for kids. They never seem to tire of the dinosaurs. Little ones may be scared at first.Bring your camera. 
  • If you have small dinosaur lovers in your family this could be their favorite destination. Older kids may notice that it is from a very dated and simpler time when a basic non moving statue was enough to thrill. My four year old loved the walk thru the park, especially the depictions of meat eaters attacking their prey. I took lots of pictures and the pictures actually turned out looking better than the statues looked in real life. It will be great memories for us!
  • If you're looking for a campy roadside attraction, this place is great. Most of the dinos (and a few unrelated creatures) have seen better days, but that's part of the charm. Some stand alone (with informative signs); others are engaged in hilariously violent battle. It was everything I hoped for.
  • While this is not a thrilling dinoventure, this park appeals to those who love nostalgic road side tourist stops and small children who will dig the not too scary statues. Its an interesting way to spend an afternoon... Be prepared to drop some cash in the gift shop if you have little ones! Just remember to set your expectations accordingly.. tweens will probably groan and roll their eyes.
  • Just about 15 mins off I-81, was able to walk right in, no crowds, lots of trees for shade. Grandkids are big Dino lovers and they loved it. Cool gift shop, but alittle expensive.
  • Great roadside attraction, well worth the minimal admission fee. great lil attraction to stretch your legs during a road trip and entertain the kids, plus lots of great lil souvenirs at low prices too and a very friendly staff. Overall a great value and enjoyable experience, can’t wait for our next road trip south so we can go again.
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