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Today we visited the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City thanks to @Jerseymomblog and it was so much fun! If you have kept up with my blog these past few years, you know its a favorite of ours (see my post on the infinity climber launch!)
Every time I go to the Liberty Science Center it’s like nostalgia for me. I remember when it first opened in 1993, we took a field trip there for my second grade class. Back then it seemed so huge and never ending and now going as an adult it seems much smaller then I remember, but still so much packed into it and off course it’s always changing. I love knowing that my kids see it as I used to when I was younger, a world of amazing science and knowledge.
Today’s agenda was the brand new “Dino Dig” exhibit. With a huge focus on real replicas of dinosaurs and fossils, families can get in and dig deep for fossils outdoors and see real scale size dinosaur bones.
I found it amazing that they took actual bones and fossils and casted them to create actual detailed replicas of the real things. It’s the closest to being a real paleontologist that you and your child can get without actually being one. And what’s better than digging up dino-bones and fossils then doing it with a backdrop of NYC behind you?!
The Dino Dig Exhibit will run now through September 4th 2017.
Channel your inner paleontologist by digging fossils in 35 tons of sand at “Jack Horner’s Dino Dig. Meet Mac’s scariest residents and learn about the relationship with dinosaurs and reptiles. Practice removing fossils from blocks of rocks and touch a creature that’s been around LONGER than a dinosaur, horseshoe crabs!
Kids wearing dinosaur themed clothing can save $5 on child admission tickets during the Dino days of Summer!
Tickets are $21.75 For adults and $17.75 for children (2-12). For more information visit LSC.org
I have a family 4 pack of tickets to give away to one lucky winner! You can use them to visit the LSC and enjoy the Dino Dig exhibit, or one of the upcoming exhibits that will be there the following days;
Mythbusters: The Explosive Exhibition – Now-Sept 4
Star Trek: The Starfleet Academy Experience – Opening October 28, 2017
Block Party Encore – Now – Sept 10
Thomas The train & friends: Explore the rails – Opening Sept 23, 2017.
Enter to win now until August 1st and let me know below what exhibit you’re most excited about!
Also, during our visit today, we were greeted by the most amazing balloon dinosaurs. Check out Twinsters Creations serving all Northern NJ – Twinsterscreations@gmail.com
*As a Liberty Science Center Blog Ambassador for the day, i have been provided with complimentary entry in exchange for my coverage.
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