Following the path towards our intended location, the children were on the look out for the giant yellow dinosaur footprints painted on the ground until we arrived at our destination. We waited in line for our departure time to ‘travel’ to the research lab TimeBase 67. The staff at the experience were always playing their roles so well that the kids could immerse themselves in the make-belief world where dinosaurs existed
What age range would you recommend this play date for?
I would suggest this as a play date for 3-8 year olds. There are parts of the experience some kids may be more sensitive to in terms of the drama and theatrics such as the darkened lab rooms with loud dinosaur noises
What was fun about the experience?
Walking through different rooms with so much detailing in them – the labs had life like blood samples, containers with dinosaur body parts and a ‘scientist’ came out with what looked like a life-like baby dinosaur still hatching out of it’s egg which the little ones were amazed about
What was learnt?
The various shapes and types of dinosaurs on the tablets with information on them and being able to see a full 360 of the creatures. The types of eaters dinosaurs were – herbivores and carnivores.
What did the kids like most about the experience?
The interactivity aspect of the experience – the science lab part where you could pick up ‘dinosaur’ parts and look at them up close. There was even a section where dinosaur poo could be felt!
Any funny moments when we were there?
The silly faces and expressions the kids pulled when taking photos with the huge dinosaurs on display and at the photo op at the beginning of the attraction
What did I say to the kids?
These dinosaurs once roamed the Earth and…
they became extinct around 66 millions years ago.
Do you recommend as a play date?
Yes this whole experience was amazing for kids, the staff were fascinating in their roles they played and there always something fascinating to see in each room we entered.
FUN: 8/10 EDUCATIONAL: 6/10 TICKET PRICING: 7/10