Field Station Dinosaurs : New Jersey

We had so much fun on our family day trip to Leonia, NJ to see Dinosaurs.

So many dinosaurs to see and shows to experience. A fun day out for any dinosaur fan.

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2018 SEASON OF FIELD STATION: DINOSAURS

2018 SEASON OF FIELD STATION: DINOSAURS AT OVERPECK COUNTY PARK GETS UNDERWAY MAY 26  FEATURING NEW SHOWS, NEW ACTIVITIES, NEW TRAILS  AND EVEN A NEW DINOSAUR!

The 2018 season of Field Station: Dinosaurs in Leonia, New Jersey begins Saturday, May 26 with new surprises for dinosaur fans of all ages including the latest addition to the park’s dinosaur roster – Spinosaurus!  Just minutes from New York City on the banks of Bergen County’s scenic Overpeck Creek surrounded by natural woods providing plenty of shade, the Field Station offers visitors an exciting and educational experience with over 30 life-size, realistic animatronic dinosaurs, over 40 live shows, games, workshops, interactive activities and special guests.  Families have come to love Field Station: Dinosaurs for its wide range of quality programming. Ticket prices begin at only $15.50.

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Moms Reign at Medieval Times in New Jersey!

Treat Mom like the Queen she truly is with this special offer from Medieval Times!

🎺 Hear ye, hear ye! ️🎺

For all shows from Tuesday, May 1 through Mother’s Day (Sunday, May 13), Mom is FREE with any full paid adult admission.  Just use the code MOM18 when purchasing tickets.  

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Medieval Times’ Family Fun

🎺 Hear ye, hear ye! ️🎺

We visited the Medieval Times’ castle  yesterday in Lyndhurst, New Jersey and had the best time!

Medieval Times’ has steered away from it’s 34-year tradition of casting a king as the show’s lead role and they have now featured a Queen to headline and her name is, Queen Dona Maria Isabella.

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Queen Takes The Reigns at Medieval Times’ New Jersey Castle

Lyndhurst, New Jersey is where the Medieval Times’ castle has families far and wide visit for a dinner and show experience like no other. “Jousting, fighting, horsemanship, swordplay and a fresh, hot, four-course feast remain central elements of the dinner attraction.”

Medieval Times’ has steered away from it’s 34-year tradition of casting a king as the show’s lead role and they have now featured a Queen to headline and her name is, Queen Dona Maria Isabella.

Let’s find out all the details to plan your visit…

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