Field Station: Dinosaurs is an outdoor prehistoric theme park with two locations in the United States. The park is designed for families with children between the ages of three and eleven. The parks both feature a walking tour with full-size, scientifically accurate animatronic dinosaurs along with interactive exhibits and live shows designed to educate children about dinosaurs within the context of the local ecosystem. The Executive Producer and Expedition Commander is Guy Gsell, a lifelong dinosaur enthusiast. In 2018, the second location opened in Derby, Kansas (Wichita metro area).

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  • Field Station: Dinosaurs is an outdoor prehistoric theme park with two locations in the United States. The park is designed for families with children between the ages of three and eleven. The parks both feature a walking tour with full-size, scientifically accurate animatronic dinosaurs along with interactive exhibits and live shows designed to educate children about dinosaurs within the context of the local ecosystem. The Executive Producer and Expedition Commander is Guy Gsell, a lifelong dinosaur enthusiast. The first location opened in New Jersey in 2012, when it was named Best Local Theme Park by Time Out New York In 2013 Field Station: Dinosaurs was named the second best dinosaur theme park in the world. Fodor's named Field Station: Dinosaurs one of the World's Best Spots for Dinosaur Lovers on March 6, 2014. In 2018, the second location opened in Derby, Kansas (Wichita metro area). (en)
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