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Step Back in Time at the Field Station: Dinosaurs Exhibit!

If traveling with your family and hoping to find the best attractions in and around our NJ area, keep reading! For this week’s blog post, we are going back in time…way back in time! Travel 90 million years into the past and experience a wild journey that your kids will be talking about the entire ride home. The Field Station Dinosaurs exhibit is an oasis of natural wonder.

At the Field Station Dinosaurs exhibit in Secaucus, NJ visitors can watch over 30 life-sized realistic dinosaurs come to life right before their eyes. Learn the fascinating story of the dinosaurs as you migrate through twenty acres of wild, mysterious woods, pathways and mountain trails. Scientists from the New Jersey State Museum confirm that the exhibit features the latest theories and discoveries in the field of paleontology, geology and environmental studies.

The fascinating, robotic dinosaurs are just the beginning. Families can also enjoy kid-friendly activities, games and workshops throughout the attraction in NJ. Interested in learning more? Visit the Field Stations Dinosaurs website.

We offer spacious, affordable accommodations less than 30 minutes away from the family-friendly attractions. Plan your stay with us in West Orange, NJ and enjoy the ultimate journey back in time!

Until next week,
The Wilshire Grand Hotel, NJ


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