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Walt Disney World Orlando Sights

DINOSAUR

  • Amusement Park/Water Park

Updated 04/30/2014

Fodor's Review

This wild adventure through time puts you face-to-face with huge dinosaurs that move and breathe with uncanny realism. When a carload of guests rouses a cantankerous carnotaurus from his Cretaceous slumber, it's showtime. You travel back 65 million years on a fast-paced, twisting adventure and try to save the last living iguanodon as a massive asteroid hurtles toward Earth. Exciting Audio-Animatronics and special effects bring to life dinosaurs like the raptor, pterodactyl,

styracosaurus, alioramus, and compsognather. Be prepared for a short but steep drop toward the end of the ride.

Guests who are pregnant or have back, neck, or heart problems should avoid this very bumpy ride. The jostling and realistic carnivores may frighten young children. For people with disabilities: You must transfer from your wheelchair to board this ride. Equipped for video-captioning and assisted-listening devices. No service animals. Come first thing in the morning or at the end of the day, or use Fastpass.

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Sight Information

Address:

DinoLand U.S.A., Walt Disney World, Florida, 32830, United States

Sight Details:

  • Duration: Under 4 mins. Crowds: Heavy. Audience: All but Young Kids. Height minimum: 40 inches.

Updated 04/30/2014

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By Kim

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Sep 11, 2005

Dinosaur is new fodder for nightmares

I didn't like the ride, it was VERY dark and the carnotaur jumps out at you. When I have nightmares, its about being chased by a dinosaur. So this was like reliving an unpleasant dream. I'm just weird, I know. It was very frightening. My six-year-old hated it too. Bad choice for us.

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