Dinosaurier Park Münchehagen — Germany’s own Jurassic Park

Dinosaurier Park Münchehagen, Germany’s largest outdoor dinosaur park, located in Lower Sacony, Münchehagen, this dinosaur park is built around real dinosaur trails. The 2.5-mile circular track leads you through history, from the Paleozoic Era, through the Mesozoic to the Cenozoic era, with life-sized dinosaurs inhabiting each.

Dinosaurier Park Münchehagen

The open-air museum and theme park contains 230 life-sized dinosaur models, constructed with the help of scientists. The largest in the collection is a Seismosaurus with a length of 45 meters and a height of nine. It is the biggest dinosaur statue in the world.And the park preserved dinosaur tracks, roughly 37,600 square feet of actual. You’ll be able to directly reach back to history by seeing 250 footprints preserved for 139 million years in the soft mud of a coastal river delta.

Dinosaurier Park Münchehagen

The park also houses a collection of Ice Age artefacts that include a four-meter-long mammoth tooth, the complete skeleton of a woolly rhinoceros, primitive human tools, and the remains of many Ice Age carnivores.

Dinosaurier Park Münchehagen

Next to the museum you’ll find Münchehagen’s research center, which is internationally known as a hub for specimen preservation. You can watch over the shoulder of the technicians as they excavate real dinosaur bones from huge rocks. Children can watch the technicians at work on the other side of a sheet of glass. After which, the kids themselves can try their hand at a spot of palaeontology – in the Dino dig, they can help excavate a 25 m long dinosaur skeleton from a sand pit or look for semi-precious stones or sharks’ teeth in the treasure hunt.

Dinosaurier Park Münchehagen

Take an exciting trip back in time in the Münchehagen dinosaur park. You can admire this unique natural monument and over 200 full size dinosaur reconstructions on a tour of the park. Find out about the development of these fascinating extinct giant lizards right up to their demise. The park’s website is http://dinopark.de/.