Only a few visitors actually notice this attraction that is found on the I-4, just a few miles off the exit for Busch Gardens Tampa, specifically in Plant City. Most of the people that visit it are Florida residents.
Here you are some pictures of the exterior (copyright of OTPN):
This is a very simple park, being a giant forest with some big reproductions of more than 150 dinosaurs, and it's a good way of passing a morning with the whole family. The foliage is very tick (a la Animal Kingdom), so the sun won't bother you.
Here's a video of the Florida location (they have two more in Texas and Kentucky):
To conclude, this is a nice park, but if I had to give you an advice, I would tell you to visit this attraction only if you have time to do all the others attraction in Orlando... But again, this is a much affordable and natural experience, so next time you come here, think about it!
Some informations about the park itself:
This is a very affordable attraction:
$12.75 for adults
$9.75 for children ages 3 to 12
$10.75 for seniors over 60
friendly pets on leashes - free!
Florida adult annual pass – $25.50
Florida child annual pass - $19.50
Florida senior annual pass (60 and over) = $21.50
Active duty U.S. military personnel receive FREE ADMISSION to Dinosaur World with an active military ID shown at time of ticket purchase.
New this year – dependents will also receive $1 off admission with dependent military ID.
Dinosaur World Florida is open every day from 9:00 am to 6:00 p.m.
During November, December and January we are open from 9.00 a.m to 5.00 p.m.
There is plenty of free parking.
There is no food service at Dinosaur World, however, we have excellent picnic areas. Bring a picnic lunch or enjoy one of the local fast food or dine in restaurants and bring the food back to the park picnic areas. Pizza delivery is also available. (click here to find out more about booking parties at Dinosaur World)
Friendly pets on leashes are always welcome!
For more info about this attraction, please visit:
DINOSAUR WORLD's Blog
DINOSAUR WORLD's Site