Edaville’s New Attraction Introduces the Prehistoric

Dino Land opened last month.
Dino Land opened last month. –RIM GRAZULIS

Edaville USA is making some big changes—¬literally. Let’s just say there’s a 70-foot-tall Tyrannosaurus Rex involved.

The Carver, Mass theme park, known for its kid-friendly attractions and events, recently added some prehistory to its park with the grand opening of its new attraction, Dino Land.

The exhibit, which opened last month, is a walk-through exhibition with a paved trail. It weaves through 2.5 acres of prehistoric plantings and features 20 life-size dinosaurs with realistic roars — including the gigantic T-Rex.

Though it just opened to the public, there are already additions on the horizon. Plans call for a fossil dig at the end of the trail.


Dino Land is the first major expansion to the park, reports the Boston Globe. The park plans to add 16 new rides in the next two years. Currently, the park offers attractions such as cranberry bog train rides, vintage amusement rides, and various play spaces.

The park, including Dino Land, is open during regular park hours and on weekends through October. Admission ($20, $17 for seniors, free for kids two and under) includes access and use of all park rides and attractions.

Visit Edaville USA, 7 Eda Ave., Carver, 508-866-8190, www.edaville.com

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