The Center for Science Teaching & Learning is hosting a Dinosaur Egg Hunt at Tanglewood Preserve in Rockville Centre next week.
The center is also offering kids’ prices of $12 to all patrons for its expanded Dinosaurs! and Animal Adventure exhibit from April 16 through April 24.
The Dinosaurs! and Animal Adventure combines animatronic dinosaurs, skeletal dinosaurs, and live animals together in the same exhibition. The exhibit is housed in the 35,000-square-foot WAC Lighting Hall of Science in the Tanglewood Preserve headquarters at 1450 Tanglewood Road.
The Dinosaur Egg Hunt provides children with an exciting way to visit the trails and find special eggs along the way.
“During their school break, as parents look for activities to do with their kids, we wanted to host an egg hunt with a dinosaur twist,” Ray Ann Havasy, executive director of CSTL, said in a written statement.
Dinosaurs! and Animal Adventure is open every day except Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For more information visit: cstl.org