Exploring Dinosaur Land in Virginia

Exploring Dinosaur Land in VirginiaVIRGINIA - Visiting Dinosaur Land in White Post, VA, is a fun experience for the whole family. It's a unique roadside attraction that features over fifty life-size statues of dinosaurs. The statues reflect anatomical knowledge and aesthetic design changes over the years.

Visiting Dinosaur Land in White Post VA
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 Dinosaur Land in White Post, VA

The gift shop at Dinosaur Land has a wide variety of dinosaur-themed souvenirs.  You can find anything from toys to dinosaur t-shirts to dinosaur model kits. The gift shop is located in the mouth of the Tyrannosaurus Rex. You can also enter the hand of King Kong.

There are 19 exhibits in the park. You can find dinosaurs that eat meat, plant eaters, and armored dinosaurs. The park is closed on major holidays and on weekends. It's open from March through December. The last admission is 45 minutes before closing.

The gift shop also offers an educational book for 75 cents. The book was printed in the early 1970s. The Geraci family used to live in the building behind the gift shop. It is now used for storage. The park is also a great place to have a wedding or engagement photo. The park is closed on Christmas Day.

The park also has a "no pets" policy. You're not allowed to climb on the dinosaurs. It's an excellent place to take a group of kids for a day trip. Dinosaur Land has been in business since 1963. It was initially called Rebel Corner. The shop's name changed to Dinosaur Land in 1967. The park is now a family business. The owner's daughters still run the business.