Now that spring has finally arrived and the holiday season is coming closer, your kids are certainly eager to go out and have some fun. The exhibition “DINO WORLD – Eine Reise in die Welt der Giganten” could be the perfect activity for your upcoming weekend or the vacations in Munich, as dinosaurs rank among the most interesting species that have ever populated our planet.
More than 60 life-size dinosaurs, skeletons and fossils
Organizers and scientists have worked together to transform the Small Olympic Hall in Munich into Dino World – a fascinating prehistoric world where children and families can experience over 60 life-size dinosaurs, skeletons and fossils on 2,000 square meters. The biggest dinosaur exhibition of Germany debuted last Sunday, April 1st and will be open until the end of July 2018. You can visit the event from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00am to 5:00pm, during the holidays also on Monday. Tickets for children cost 11,90 Euro, while for adults the entrance fee is 14,90 Euro.
By means of a tour with multimedia guide as well as additional written information in the exhibition hall, visitors can explore realistic landscapes and understand how each of the seven continents with its unique geological features was able to give rise to its specific dinosaur species. The event is scientifically supervised by a renowned paleontologist, ensuring the accuracy of the exhibited dinosaurs and fossils.
Fun activities for kids
Moving, roaring and even breathing makes the dinosaurs looks deceptively real, whereby a unique atmosphere is created that makes the past tangible. Unlike the prehistoric animals, though, you don’t have to be afraid of the exhibited ones – some can be touched and even ridden on.
There are also plenty of other fun activities and interactive games for children to discover during your visit at the Olympia Hall. At the research site, for example, the kids themselves become paleontologists, while at the excavation site, they turn into fossil hunters.
To buy your tickets and for more information about the exhibition, visit: https://www.dinoworld.de/