Dino Dig Adventures At Liberty Science Center Giveaway!

Disclosure: We attended a Media Day at Liberty Science Center to explore for the new Jack Horner’s Dino Dig Exhibit all opinions are my own and honest.

This Summer we have been busy keeping our littles occupied and off of their devices.  With invites for day trips and traveling to visit family and go on fun adventures, we are always open to something new. We ventured out to Liberty Science Center  for a day of exploration and digging. Having a boy who is obsessed with learning everything about dinosaurs we were all too excited to attend.

I personally think I failed paleontologist school, as I was a little too aggressive trying to extract the bones. However in the end it all worked out and we all learned patience are definitely needed for some tasks.

Our day at the Liberty Science Center highlighted the new Jack Horner’s Dino Dig exhibit where my little explorers dug for fossils and explored key concepts in science, math, and engineering, which are woven throughout the exhibit. The exhibit is located outdoors, and is covered by a tent, so need worrying about the sun beating down on you.  There are over 50 fossils buried big and small to be unearthed by the kids’ using the paintbrush provided. Many of the over 50 bones, including a 72-inch long Triceratops skull, will protrude from the ground as if “weathering out,” and new species have been added.

While the kids enjoyed digging, I had the experience of the most beautiful New York view.  Win, Win!  Oh and the kids also learned so much about the dinosaurs, secret mom win?! Heck yeah! You know I love when we mix learning with play.

Of course dinosaurs are not the only thing to discover at the Liberty Science Center, don’t forget to also check out the Mythbusters: The Explosive Exhibition, Illusion

This summer, kids wearing dinosaur-themed clothes receive discounts on their Liberty Science Center tickets!

Weather permitting, Jack Horner’s Dino Dig is open daily July 1 through September 4, 2017 and is included with general admission. Tickets to Liberty Science Center start at $17.75 and are available online at

Before your littles head back to school take them on a Fossil search. Comment below to enter our giveaway for a family four pack of tickets to head on over to New Jersey and visit the Liberty Science Center, grab your brush and get ready for a “Dino Dig. Winner will be chosen 8/19/17, and notified via email.  Winner will have 24 hours to reply or a new winner will be chosen.

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    at 4:30 am

    My kids have never been to the Liberty Science Center but it looks like a great place for them to learn and burn off some energy!

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    at 1:24 pm

    My four year old is obsessed with Dino’s! I can’t believe I didn’t even know about this exhibit!! Looks like you’ve got some budding paleontologist on your hands!

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    at 8:57 am

    My little guy is obsessed with dinosaurs! We would love to spend the day digging for dinosaurs!

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    Alexis Rivera
    at 9:00 am

    omg! my daughter and son would love this!!!! i didn’t even know his was a thing hope we win but if not i am totally taking a trip ul there

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    Marangele Rios
    at 9:04 am

    I remember going to Liberty Science Center as a kid and being amazed at the bat cave that was one of the exhibits back then. My boys are super into dinosaurs and I can’t wait to take them to LSC.

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    Joan Giuliano
    at 9:34 am

    Looks like a great place. Would love to take my Grandkids!!

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    Joan Giuliano
    at 9:35 am

    I would love to take my Grandkids!!!

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    at 7:53 pm

    Looks like a fun place. My 6 and 2 year old are obsessed with dinosaurs.

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    at 7:58 pm

    We went last summer and loved it. We would love to go again. Thanks for the opportunity

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    Tameka Arroy Santiago
    at 3:56 pm

    This would be right in time for my sons birthday. He loves dinosaurs more than anything else. This would be he perfect birthday gift and adventure.

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