Field Station Dinosaurs

Leonia, NJ

Where are we going?

Field Station Dinosaurs
Fort Lee Road
Leonia 07605

855 999 9010

What is there to do?

Field Station Dinosaurs takes kids back to the ages of the dinosaurs, with over 30 realistic dinosaurs which come to life - including the LARGEST animatronic dinosaur every made! That's pretty incredible!

What's even cooler, is that it's located in the woods around a rock formation that's 150 million years old - so there's a change that rock might have encountered a REALY dinosaur! 

Kids can explore the fun and mysterious trails, and venture down the mountain paths. When will the next roar come around the corner? Well, that's a surprise you just need to find out!

Field Station Dinosaurs is a cutting-edge family attraction that combines science and a one-of-a-kind experience which is educational, thrilling, and most importantly FUN!

Over twenty acres, kids will learn the story of the dinosaurs, and experience a range of types that roamed the earth.

You know it has to be good, because it was actually real scientists from the New Jersey State Museum that worked really hard to make sure that the exhibits at the center are true to what science knows about these amazing creatures, and the latest discoveries in geology, palaeontology and environmental studies.

So it really is a great learning experience for the kids! 

The trail is about 3/4 mile, which you can take your time exploring, and there are even fun activities kids can join in on, which are all included in your admission price! There is even an extra bit of fun you can buy tickets for - Dinosaurs Alive 3D which is a pretty impressive experience! 

History is back to life! Kids…welcome…to Field Station Dinosaurs….

How much does it cost?

Adults: From $20

Children: From $17.50

Discount: Season passes available

Free Under: 2 years.


Need a little extra help?

Give them a call to see what accessibility there is for those with disabilities.


When can we go?

10am to 6pm daily in summer, weekends only at other times.

May to October


Any top tips?

Have an overnight adventure! From 7pm to 8am you can sleep under the stars and see the dinosaurs by lanterns! - Fun things to do with kids and best places to visit in the US
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