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Dinosaur State Park

Connecticut Tourism Sponsor Category: Entertainment SubCategory: Science & Nature Area: River Valley Address: 400 West St. Rocky Hill, CT 06067 Description: Jurassic-period dinosaur tracks (200 million years old) housed under geodesic dome; an 80-foot long diorama depicting the setting in which the park’s tracks were made, 30-foot diorama of the Connecticut Valley in the late Triassic. Visitors may make plaster casts of tracks (casting materials not supplied at the Park, please call for instructions). Two miles of nature trails, auditorium, museum shop, picnic area. National Historic Landmark. Attraction Rate: Center: adults $5, children (6-17) $2, 5 and under free. Park: free. Time: Park, daily 9-4:30. Exhibit center, Tue.-Sun. 9-4:30. Casting area open May 1-Oct. 31, daily 9-3:30. Closed major holidays. Phone: (860) 529-8423 Hwy. Access: (I-91 Ex. 23) URL: Rocky Hill’s Weather Map of Rocky Hill Find additional places to stay or things to do that are within the Rocky Hill area Where to Stay What to do within 5 miles within 10 miles within 25 miles within 5 miles within 10 miles within 25 miles
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