EXTRAORDINARY, EDUCATIONAL AND LOADS OF FUN

We are known for delivering some of the most meaningful and jaw-dropping experiences imaginable at the Zoo. This is our fifth time to create a special dinosaur experience. This one runs for six months and will showcase 20 of the most advanced and enormous animatronic dinosaurs ever created. Without a doubt, your family will have a roaring good time!

Adding to the excitement will be a laboratory designed as a bold and unique experiential learning venue for children and youth visiting the exhibit.

Stocked with real dinosaur bones from an active paleontological dig in Montana, children and adults will have the opportunity to use current technology to examine ancient remnants and be guided by trained staff to observe and understand connections between extinct dinosaur populations and today’s modern-day birds.

Meet Our Dinosaurs

Click on a dino to see more info!

Tyrannosaurus Rex

Tyrannosaurus Rex

Edmontonia

Edmontonia

Citipati

Citipati

Quetzalcoatlus

Quetzalcoatlus

Dilophosaurus

Dilophosaurus

diabloceratops baby

Diabloceratops

Suchomimus

Suchomimus

Brachiosaurus

Brachiosaurus

Utahraptor

Utahraptor

Protohadros

Protohadros

Coelophysis

Coelophysis

Dino Fun Facts!

Who was the largest dinosaur?

Argentinosaurus, he was 35-45 meters long and weighed 100 metric tons. This may sound huge to you, but he wasn’t as big as the blue whales that are around today.  Guess where he was discovered?  Yep, Argentina!

Who was the smallest dinosaur?

Compsognathus–he was 60 cm long and weighed 5.5 kg. He was about the size of a chicken!

Who was the largest carnivore?

Gigantosaurus, he was 13.5-14.3 meters long and weighed 7-8 metric tons.  Our favorite the T-rex was only the third largest carnivore.  Sorry T-rex!

Who was the fastest dinosaur?

Ornithomiminee–he was 3-3.5 meters long and weighted 100-175 kg. He resembled an ostrich and could run at speeds of 40-50 mph!

Who was the smartest dinosaur?

Troodontids–he had the largest brain to body ratio of any dinosaur. His intelligence could be compared to that of a modern-day bird!

Who was the dumbest dinosaur?

Stegosaurus–this poor guy had a brain the size of a walnut!

Who was the most “all American” dinosaur?

Allosaurus–his fossils were found in Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. As if that isn’t enough, he was also found in Tanzania and Australia!

Who was the oldest known dinosaur?

Eoraptor–he lived 228 million years ago!

PLANNING YOUR VISIT

Hours of Operation

Open daily
10:00 AM – 5 PM
Zoo members may enter at 9:30 AM

Last admission is 4:15 PM

Access

The Zoo is accessible by wheelchair, ECV
and stroller. Please note that there is a ramp
as you enter and exit the exhibit and a mulch
substrate is used for the pathway. Wheelchairs,
strollers and ECVs are available to rent.

Additional Information

321.254.9453

TICKETS

Location

8225 North Wickham Road
Melbourne, FL 32940

Brevard Zoo is centrally located in
Brevard County, FL.

We are ½ mile east of I-95 off exit 191
in Melbourne, only 20 miles south of
Port Canaveral and Cocoa Beach and
60 miles east of Orlando.

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