Dino Play at The Mind Museum is a dinosaur-lover’s dream
Bring the nieces and nephews or explore on your own-we won't judge!
(SPOT.ph) They lived over 65 million years ago, but somehow dinosaurs still fascinate us—just ask practically any four-year-old. So throw your name in the hat for #Tita of the Year by taking your nieces and nephews to The Mind Museum’s new exhibit, Dino Play.
A traveling exhibition, Dino Play has several different “nests” where kids can try a variety of dinosaur-related activities: there’s a Dino Dig, where they can pretend to be paleontologists and dig through sand for dinosaur bones, a Dino Lab equipped with magnifying glasses for inspecting fossils, and a Dino Lookout Tower, to name a few. We’re pretty sure the Dino Dig will be a big hit with the kids. Adults can also learn a thing or two with the manuals that are available at each nest.
Dino Lookout Tower
Dino Play runs until September 30 at The Mind Museum, J. Y. Campos Park, 3rd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City. Tickets are priced at P200 for kids, P100 for adults, or you can get the Dino Play + Mind Museum three-hour tour package at P650 for kids, P700 for adults. Time slots are at 90-minute intervals from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
For more information, log on to The Mind Museum’s website.