What better way to kick off Granby Zoo’s 64th summer season than with the launch of a new dinosaur exhibit?
Open until October 29, Dinozoo Park features 21 life-size animatronic dinosaurs like the popular Tyrannosaurus Rx, the Triceratops and more on outdoor platforms throughout the park. It won’t be long before they come to life though, since the replicas can move their heads, open their jaws, stare and roar at visitors.
The new exhibit will provide educational information about animals from the prehistoric era alongside its graphic visuals.
Granby Zoo’s summer parks are also open for the season, including the Zoological Garden, the Amazoo Water Park and Amusement Park, as well as the animal collections which are open year-round.
The Zoological Garden features over 1,500 exotic species like elephants, gorillas and tigers while the amusement parks host tons of slides and rides for the whole family to enjoy.
As of June 3, one-day passes for Granby’s summer exhibits will cost $26.95 for children aged 3-12, $12.95 for toddlers and free for babies under 2-years-old. Two-day passes are also available for purchase.
You can buy tickets and find additional information on the Granby Zoo website, www.zoodegranby.com.