Hawaii Mom Blog: Dinosaurs! at Pearlridge Center




July 4, 2010

Dinosaurs! at Pearlridge Center

We recently visited the Dinaosaurs! exhibit at Pearlridge Center.

Running now through August 15, families can visit the cool dinosaur displays all throughout the center.

There's also a Pearlridge Safari Train which children under 48" tall can ride (cost is $3).

We bought tickets for both DS1 and DS2 to ride the train, but DS1 was too scared.

The staff running/operating the train were really nice though--they offered to let DS1 try just one lap to see how he'd like it, but he still refused.

DS2 had a blast though! (I blocked out other kids' faces in the photos).

And the staff let him use DS1's unused ticket, so he went on the next ride (rides run every 10 minutes).
After DS2 rode the train, we walked around to see more dinosaur exhibits throughout Uptown (there are more exhibits in Downtown).

There's still lots more time to visit the Dinosaur! exhibits and ride the train, and I'm sure we'll be back to see more dinosaurs soon!

Pearlridge Center: 488-0981


  1. How cool is that. Thanks for sharing. Happy 4th to you and your entire family. I hope you have a great day :) Be safe!!!

  2. When the kids were little, we took them to the dinosaur exhibit at Bishop Museum. We saw a T-Rex, hatching eggs, and other dinosaurs.

    It was very popular and I remember we had to stand in a long line to get in.


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