A couple weeks ago, I heard Dinosaur Adventure was coming to Nashville, Tennessee on the 1st and 2nd of January. As a dinosaur enthusiast since childhood, I could not wait to experience the prehistoric adventure as an adult. I was given tickets to facilitate writing this review.
The event took place at The Fairgrounds in Nashville, which is an entertainment complex, with good parking for family cars! Adult tickets for the event retail for $29 and include access to the exhibit, crafts section, dino dig, and live entertainment. The Child tickets retail for $30 and include 3 tickets for attractions in addition to the adult access. If you are looking for goodies for yourself or the little ones, you could purchase an Adventure pack which is includes a Dinosaur Adventure drawstring backpack, hatching dinosaur egg, plush toy, fossil dig block, and a sticker pack for 29$ OR the Ultimate Adventure pack which contains all the items from the adventure pack plus a Dinosaur Adventure T-Shirt, one fossil/gem panning bag, green screen photo for $49. (Both of these packs do not include admission.)
At the venue, most of the events required a ticket and only one of the Dino Dig was available. The lines were not too long and there were a couple chairs and tables set up for parents to sit down with their little ones. I do suggest that if you decide to bring your crew, prepare your budget to take them somewhere after to eat, as there will only be snacks such as cotton candy, pretzels, and pop corn. While we didn’t really do much at the event, we enjoyed walking through the small exhibition and took selfies with the dinosaurs!
Overall, this would be a nice event for maybe a family field trip and just enjoy a nice day with your babies; however, it might not be as fun for a couple or adults that don’t have kids as it would take you about 10 minutes to go through the whole venue.
This place in fort smith Arkansas was a joke way over priced and nothing like the advertising