Dinosaurs are roaring back to life inside Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence this spring and you're invited to walk among them.

A brand-new immersive walk-through experience will fill the zoo with nearly 60 life-size animatronic dinosaurs and fans of the extinct animals are bound to be blown away.

My two young daughters are into all things dinosaurs. Toys, bedspreads and clothes are covered in T-Rex, brachiosaurus and more, so I know I am going to be checking the Dinosaurs Among Us event out as soon as possible.

Starting April 7, 2023, and running through Aug. 13, 2023, Roger Williams Park Zoo's wetlands trail will be filled with massive, moving dinosaurs such as T-Rex, Triceratops, Stegosaurus and more.

Kids and adults can check out an 18-foot-long Dreadnoughtus, walk up to an 8-foot-tall Brachiosaurus and even meet baby dinosaurs.

Plus, there will be walking dinosaur rides, a dinosaur selfie station and a fossil dig site for future archeologists to get hands-on experience.

According to a press release from the zoo, all the dinosaurs featured will have life-like movements, with moving heads, eyes, arms and mouths, and they'll make intimidating roars to really make guests feel as if these extinct creatures have come back to life.

There will also be dinosaur-themed events throughout the event's duration, including interactive bird shows, Dino Sip & Stroll nights with Food Trucks (May 17 and July 12) and the second Saturday of each month will allow families to see Dinosaurs at Dusk after the zoo closes.

Dinosaurs Among Us requires a separate ticket and is not included with zoo admission. Daytime tickets are $9 per person and can be purchased online for the date and time of your choosing.

20 Things To See at Roger Williams Park (Other Than the Zoo)

There are over 427 acres of beautiful landscaping, historical buildings and family friendly spaces at Roger Williams Park in Providence. Gifted to the city in 1872 by the last descendant of Roger Williams, Betsey Williams, the park has become primarily known for its amazing zoo. But throughout this historic district listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, there are plenty of other stunning things to see.

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