All this week, WBKO is looking at different places families can go during a summer vacation. One place to look at is fairly new to Cave City.
Dinosaur World is a place where 100 dinosaurs walk the earth everyday. The park is designed so kids can walk through on a self-guided tour. They can study forty different types and dinosaurs. Kids can also walk through an air-conditioned museum and participate in a fossil dig.
The park is located right off I-65 at the Cave City exit. Admission for adults is $9.75 and for children ages three to twelve, $7.75. Dino World is open seven days a week from 8:30 to dusk. For more information visit www.dinoworld.net.
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