Jurassic Garden: A Prehistoric Adventure At Fairchild

Ariel Fernandez

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Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden (10901 Old Cutler Road) has added a prehistoric flair this summer, attracting children of all ages.

“When you visit Jurassic Garden, you’ll not only experience some of the most realistic dinosaurs ever created, you’ll also learn about cycads, ferns, conifers and flowering plants within the fun and family-friendly context of dinosaurs, the brand ambassadors of prehistoric Earth.

The Garden’s collections have never reflected a greater diversity of species, the cooling mist in the Rainforest and Conservatories will surely make hiking through Jurassic Garden exciting and comfortable. Our family friendly exhibits and spaces will make the overall experience remarkable.

Weekdays at 11:00AM and weekends at 11:00AM and 1:00PM, participate in a Roar & Explore Walking Tour. “Dinosaurs depended on plant life millions of years ago, and some of these plants are still around today. This tour takes you on a walk through our tropical garden to learn more about these prehistoric creatures and the environment that surrounded them.”

“Ever wonder how Dinos eat or how these giant lizards are related to birds? Or what happens to wood after millions of years?” See the “Dino Discovery Cart and get up-close with real prehistoric fossils and other cool biofacts.” on Saturdays and Sundays.

The exhibit will end on August 1st. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit: https://fairchildgarden.org.

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