Visitor Guide

T.Rex Planet at Rome Forum April 3-4, 2014

Posted March 27, 2015 by Kristi Kent in Events

T. Rex PlanetT. REX PLANET

When: Friday April 3rd: 11 am-9 pm and Saturday April 4th: 11am-9pm.

Where: Forum Civic Center in Rome, Georgia

What: Experience the Jurassic, Triassic, and Cretaceous periods first hand. “Tracey” (a young T-Rex) greets guests and can be found walking and playing around the exhibit. The main exhibit features life size ultra-realistic animatronic dinosaurs; over 50 life size dinosaurs in all.

Visitors can interact with these creatures, learn about them and even ride a few. The event features realistic scenes, enormous dinosaurs, cute baby dinosaurs, a Dinosaur band, and fun activities for children of all ages. Your young paleontologist will enjoy the fossil dig unveiling ancient bones.

To top it all off, kids will love the “Dino Bounce” area with dinosaur theme inflatable bounce houses, and much more!


General admission for Adults and Children 1 and older is $16/person. It includes tour of the Dino exhibit, and to walk with our Dinosaur pet Tracey.  Plus you get unlimited access to our basketball sports game and dinosaur band and dinosaur fossils displays.

VIP admission tickets for children (ages 1-12) is $28/child and it includes everything from the general admission ticket plus unlimited Dino scooter rides, unlimited inflatable jump house and sports games and dinosaur rides and fossil digs & a free balloon.

-Kids under the age of 1 get in for free.* General admission tickets include a tour of the dinosaur exhibit only, (tickets for dinosaur rides, dinosaur inflatables and fossil dig can be purchased at the event for $5 each. There is additional cost for face painting and artificial tattoo painting.

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