Other than Windseeker, Kings Island is opening their own version of Jurrassic Park in 2011! It will be all animatronic dinos in Dinosaurs Alive! opening May 26, 2011.

The attraction will feature: “more than 60 life-sized dinosaurs including 56 animatronic models, in an outdoor Jurassic forest setting”.

Dinosaurs Alive at Kings Island

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See more images and learn more about Dinosaurs Alive! at Kings Island’s website.

This (You)Report was submitted by Prof. BAM

Here’s a video on the attraction:

What’s Your Take?
How does the Dinosaurs Alive attraction sound to you? Leave a comment below.

10 Responses

  1. Quil

    It looks like a decent attracton, but some of the animatronics looked a little, well… robotic.

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    • The Coaster Critic

      Yeah. I guess they do look robotic. I think kids would love it though. And I'm a huge dinosaur fan so I'd soak it up. It'll be a few years for me though as my young daughters would be really scared.

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      • Quil

        You could always visit it alone when KD gets their newest coaster, although that may not happen for a while

  2. Frog

    I don't think this will attract big crowds, because it just isn't very fasinating (but it is interesting) and is not what I think of when going to an amusement park. Yes, it is really neat, but just not for a theme park. I wouldn't be any more tempted to visit the park unless I lived fairly close.

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    • MDC

      Really? I think it will be a great way to attract families and school groups in the area.

      It might not be the biggest addition ever, but I could see it pulling in some cash.

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      • Quil

        I agree with MDC. It may not attract many enthusiasts, but KD is going to attract enthusiasts anyway. Why not add an attraction like this, even if it will only attract local families and school groups?

  3. Prof.BAM

    anyone else think the raptors look too much like what Spielberg saw?

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