Have you heard? Dinosaurs are making a comeback, and they're making a stop in New England this fall.

Earlier this summer, the drive-thru dinosaur attraction, Jurassic Quest, returned to Gillette Stadium for a fun-packed afternoon of dinosaur adventure for the kiddos. Now, another group of age-old creatures is making its way to the greater SouthCoast area.

Dino Stroll, the ultimate walk-through experience that's bound to be equal-parts incredible and awe-inspiring, is making a stop at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence this October with a whole weekend of opportunities to get up close and personal with these giant creatures.

Dino Stroll features up to 75 life-like and life-size dinosaurs, from T-Rexes, Velociraptors and Stegosauri. Some can even stand as tall as 25 feet and span as long as 60 feet! If you've ever wondered what it was like to roam among dinos during the Mesozoic Era, this is your chance to see them in as close to full, living action as possible, as the animatronic dinosaurs move their heads, necks, tails and wings, blink their eyes, open and close their mouths, come to life with synchronized sounds, and so much more.

The event is coming to Providence October 16 and 17 with ticketed entry times starting between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are available online and cost $19.99 per person aged 2 years and older.

Take a look at this past Dino Stroll event and check out what you might be able to expect at the upcoming Dino Stroll weekend in Providence.

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