Jurassic mural


The Jurassic Exhibit features Dilophosaurus

Dinosaur State Park officially opened in 1968, two years after 2,000 dinosaur tracts were accidentally uncovered during excavation for a new state building. Five hundred of the tracks are now enclosed within the Exhibit Center's geodesic dome.The remaining 1,500 are buried for preservation. A model of Dilophosaurus, the dinosaur considered to be the likely source of the tracks named Eubrontes, is the highlight of the Jurassic mural and exhibit.

The park's 200-million-year-old sandstone trackway is a Registered Natural Landmark.

Under the Dome

On the Grounds