Dinopetrea Malaga Dinosaur Exhibition

Dinopetrea Malaga Dinosaur Exhibition

Dinopetrea Malaga Dinosaur Exhibition

Dinopetrea Malaga Dinosaur Exhibition
Dinopetrea Malaga Dinosaur Exhibition
Dinopetrea Malaga Dinosaur Exhibition
Dinopetrea Malaga Dinosaur Exhibition

The kids will love the Dinopetrea Malaga Dinosaur Exhbition running from April 28 to June 24 at the Malaga Trade and Exhibitions Hall (Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga).


The exhibition is intended to be informative, educational and fun for both children of all ages and adults. There will be fossils and skeletons (some as old as 125 million years old!) on display as well as parallel activities for learning how these predators roamed the earth.


Activities

Excavation room - Little ones can play paleontologist and excavate real fossils.

Geode zone - Using a special machine, children can open geodes and observe their beautiful crystals.

Extinction hall - Learn about the meteorite that wiped out the dinasours and touch the stars.


Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10:00am to 2:00pm; 5:00pm - 8:00pm (closes for lunch). Saturdays, Sundays and holidays 11:00am to 8:00pm.

Price: 7 euro. Discounts for groups and schools. Call 629 293 599/677 363 072/679 427 271 or email dinopetrea@gmail.com

Address: Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga - Av de José Ortega y Gasset, 201, 29006 Málaga

Tel: +34 952 04 55 00

Email: dinopetrea@gmail.com

For more information go to the Dinopetrea Exposition website.

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May 20, 2012
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by: Claudia

After viewing the advert for this exhibition here in this site we decided to make a trip to Malaga to visit since my 5 year old is mad about dino's. By the beggining of the week that she knew she was going, and, as her expectations got high, our did too.
First when we got there we noticed there was a strange and very loud fair on the other pavillion (something related to medicinal herbs (!)) so the environment was not the best. As we entered to the dinopetrea pavillion we could not hear the sounds because in the other pavillion the music was so loud. We spent 5 minutes in there and it was really disappointing and really really small. We have been to other dino related exhibitions in other countries and this one is a real no no. We ended up paying 21€ for 3 (my 5 year old already pays full price) and came back really regreting the money spent. My advice is, don't go, it is not worth it!

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