They’re back! Life-size dinosaurs are roaming around Leu Gardens in Orlando until late July

Leu Garden Dinoseau Exhibit

ORLANDO Fla. — Dinosaurs have invaded Leu Gardens and they are sticking around until July 30th.


Take your families, grab some friends, and come to a pre-historic exhibit resembling “Jurrasic Park.” Visitors can stroll through 50 acres of lush gardens and learn about some of the creatures that walked the earth over 65 million years ago.

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The exhibit features over 20 life-size dinosaurs ranging in size from 14 inches to a massive 33 ft. Daspletosaurus, cousin to the T-Rex.

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The Creator of the exhibit is Guy Darrough, who has worked in the paleology field for over 45 years. Darrough, who is a fossil expert and created meticulously crafted each dinosaur to make them look authentic

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