Kansas Field Station Dinosaurs

Derby, KS

Where are we going?

Kansas Field Station Dinosaurs
2999 N Rock Road

855 833 3466

What is there to do?

It's all about DINOSAURS at the Kansas Field Station: Dinosaurs, so are you ready for a prehistoric family day out?

Set against the beautiful natural backdrop of the rolling Kansas grasslands, Field Station: Dinosaurs is only minutes from Wichita, and offers a whole range of learning, adventure, exploration and fun!

The attraction features over 40 life sized, realistic dinosaurs (including the whopping 90ft Alamosaurus, which is one of the LARGEST animatronic dinosaurs ever made!), that all come to life thanks to some pretty awesome engineering of leading roboticists, and the creative imagination of their artists.

If that wasn't cool enough, Field Station: Dinosaurs also includes a geodesic dome ropes course to challenge and exhaust even the most active kids, AND a miniature golf course! Who's ready to get the hole in one?

The story of our prehistoric favorites is vividly presented across 14 acres of tall grasses, winding trails, shady trees and even an outdoor amphitheater. Sounds pretty cool to us!

Real scientists from the Bighorn Basin Paleontological Institute have actually worked with staff to ensure that the exhibits encompass the latest theories and discoveries in the fields of paleontology, geology and environmental studies.

Kids will love the workshops, games and activities that connect the story of the dinosaurs the the world we live in today, giving a new relevance to their lives, and power to the tale of their extinction!

So what are you waiting for kids? Are you ready to explore and discover some pretty amazing dinosaurs that once lived in and around Kansas? Let the digging commence!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $16.75

Children: $13.75 (Ages 2 to 11)

Discount: Military discounts of 10%

Free Under: 2 years


Need a little extra help?

They are accessible, and have handicap parking at the front gate, plus wheelchairs are available to rent for $5 each, you just need a valid ID. They also have accessible toilets


When can we go?

10am open. Closing varies from 5pm to 9:30pm so check online for specics

Operates year round


Any top tips?

Pick up a trail map so you can be certain to take in all the games, shows and events during your visit!

I’m Hungry!

Dinosaur digging and learning is hungry work, so check out their concessions with candy, chips, popsicles, soda and more!

Healthy Eating

They sell water at their concession stand

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