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May 29, 2024

Mom Report: Dino & Dragon Stroll

Step back in time for some prehistoric fun- THIS WEEKEND ONLY!!!

Looking for something unique to do this weekend? Then look no further then Dino Stroll. Head on over to the Duke Energy Convention Center this Saturday or Sunday for a one of a kind experience. The size, sounds,  and animatronic movements of the dinosaurs are life like and make you feel like you are back in Mesozoic Era! See the T-Rex, Brachiosaurus, Dragons, and more. Each dinosaur has a placard with quick facts. The Dragon Den is an added bonus. There are also kids rides and bounce houses. Save time and fill the waiver out in advance. Be sure to take advantage of the photo area so you have a fun memory of going back in time with your family. Of course there are souvenirs!


Dino Stroll is unique in that you walk through at your own pace and can learn about dinosaurs while having fun! They also are on a mission to help the communities they visit. The organization is collecting non perishables for the Free Store Food Bank and encourages everyone to donate. There are bins by the entry. Dino Stroll has an annual goal of feeding 1 million people as they tour the country. In addition to feeding people they like to go to local hospitals and other places that serve kids. In fact they went to St. Rita’s earlier this week to bring smiles to kids and teach them about dinosaurs in a fun way.

What have you got to lose? This is a fun event that supports local causes as well you may learn something! The event runs Saturday November 6th 10 AM  to 5 PM and Sunday November 7th 10 AM- to 4PM at the Duke Energy Convention Center.

Duke Energy Convention Center
523 Elm Street

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About the Author

Susie Dyson

Susie lives in the northern suburbs of Cincinnati with her husband and four kids. She has a 7-Year-old, 6-year-old, 3-year-old and a new baby! Together, they like to explore new things in Cincinnati as well as favorite places like Summit Park and the Cincinnati Nature Center. Susie is a former high school teacher and now a stay-at-home mom. She also enjoys running, being outside, spending time with family and friends, road tripping, participating in her church's activities and drinking coffee.