Dinosaur

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The stoic museum-like Dino Institute, where “the future is truly in the past”, houses Disney’s moving simulator ride, Dinosaur. As visitors enter the Institute, they pass informative fossil exhibits. The walls of the queuing area are covered with life-size casts of real dinosaur skeletons. The centerpiece of this room is an enormous Carnotaurus skeleton.

Bill Nye the Science Guy sets the stage for your adventure as he narrates the theory of how the dinosaurs were obliterated 65 million years ago by fiery meteor showers that hit Earth. The pre-show movie is a Dino Institute commercial of sorts. Here visitors learn of the plan of the rebellious Dr. Grant Seeker. Before you’re sent back in time, he asks you to bring back the last Iguanodon before the deadly meteors crash to the Earth.

Guests proceed to the loading area to board the 12-seat Time Rovers and begin their exciting time travel journey to the past. This moving simulator ride bounces, bumps and careens its way through a primeval forest where you’ll encounter a number of amazing Audio-animatronic dinosaur specimens and some terrific special effects designed to stimulate all of your senses.

Restrictions /Accessibility:

Guests in wheelchairs must be able to transfer from their wheelchair to board. For guests who are hearing impaired, the pre-show is closed-captioned.

Dinosaur Reviews

There are currently 51 reviews for Dinosaur.

Nov 02, 2014 by Jayman03
3.5

I really liked this ride. Lots of cool dinos and effects. The ride is kind of bumpy and jerky and some may not like that but overall a good ride for kids.

Dec 17, 2013 by rkleinlein
0.5

The premise for this ride is exciting and has a lot of potential (being transported back to the time of dinosaurs) but the execution, theming, and special effects are lame. The best Disney rides i...

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Dinosaur Tips!

During your 3-½ minute adventure, you’ll have your picture taken. These pictures can be viewed and purchased as you exit the attraction. Be sure to check out the monitors before exiting the unloading area for a cute surprise.