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Dinopolis, Teruel

3.5
#4 of 35 in Things to do in Teruel
Theme Park · Water / Amusement Park
With 500 different exhibits, Dinopolis teaches you everything you ever wanted to know about dinosaurs. View the authentic bones of the largest dinosaur skeleton in Europe and ride a small train “through time” from the Big Bang to the times of the dinosaurs. Board a boat to travel through the Ice Age to the development of primitive humans. Head into the 3D cinema to view a film following the life of a dinosaur, and then add another dimension by stepping into the 4D simulator. If you're traveling with children, bring them to the game room for gentle rides and face-painting. For Dinopolis and beyond, use our Teruel attractions planning app to get the most from your Teruel vacation.
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  • Even though we booked online we still had to qué over half an hour to gain entry and there was little guidance regarding where to go to enter. The entry area was quite chaotic. My daughter is nine so....  more »
  • We went with my eight year old grandson and there was plenty to do with 3 D and 4 D movies and two museums plus other activities, We got there at 10 and left at 3:30 . The food was reasonably priced.....  more »
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  • This is an enjoyable but expensive family day out with plenty of educational displays (the paleontology museum rivals London's Natural History Museum dinosaur section - seriously) and simple rides for the very young. The more modern exciting things like a 4D simulator had height restrictions which put them out of bounds for most young children which is frankly absurd and very bad planning on Dinopolis' part. We got round this with carefully placed folded napkins in our granddaughter's shoes and a high baseball cap :-) Beware the food restriction too - you can't take food in for "hygiene and safety reasons". What the heck is that all about?! They're happy for people to eat the restaurant's food - must be hygienic and safe! We took packed lunches nonetheless. There are also no water fountains. This place wants you to buy everything. Quite a cynical business ploy frankly. A small bottle of water which would normally be no more than 0.50 euros in a supermarket is 1.70 euros! Water is a basic necessity, especially in such a hot place where, by the way, there is very little shade. Take note. This said though, we did enjoy ourselves but it was marred by cynical marketing and a food policy which had us eating in fear of being thrown out :-)
  • My son had a lot of fun. A lot of different things to do from plays to 4D experiences to real fossils museum. A good way to spend a day.
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