Pangaea Land of the Dinosaurs announces its grand opening at OdySea in the Desert in Scottsdale on Friday, November 24. The attraction will take guests back in time to the era of dinosaurs with educational exhibits featuring more than 50 life-sized animatronic dinosaurs, interactive activities, fossil excavations, face painting, sluicing activities, balloon art and more.
The attraction combines the thrills of a prehistoric-themed entertainment concept with educational elements designed to help children and their families learn more about some of the most mysterious creatures to ever walk the Earth – dinosaurs. Complete with realistic recreations of prehistoric habitats and lifelike robotic dinosaurs that roam through exhibits, Pangaea Land of the Dinosaurs is unlike anything the Valley has ever seen.
Hours & Ticket Info
The attraction will be open:
9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday through Saturday
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays
Guests must reserve tickets in advance of their visit to guarantee entry. General admission tickets start at $17.95, with add-on interactive activities available for an additional cost. These activities can be purchased a la carte or an all-inclusive add-on package can be purchased for the special price of $39.95 through the Pangaea Interactive Combo Package. Admission tickets must be purchased in addition to the Pangaea Interactive Combo Package. Guests receive $4 off per ticket with groups of 20 or more. Each ticket is valid for a 90-minute interval in the venue. If a Pangaea Interactive Combo Package is purchased, guests will receive an additional 30 minutes inside the exhibit.
General admission tickets include access to the following:
- Entrance to all Pangaea Land of the Dinosaurs exhibits
- Fossil digging
- Stationary dinosaur ride
- 84-foot obstacle course
Pangaea add-on activities include the following:
- Etching art station
- Temporary tattoos
- Walking dinosaur ride
- Dinosaur excavation
- Balloon Art
Pangaea Land of the Dinosaurs is located inside OdySea in the Desert in Scottsdale. For more information about the exhibit, please visit PangaeaLandOfTheDinosaurs.com.