Dinosaur Park (Dino Parkas Radailiai)
Radailiai Dinosaur Park entrance tickets include full-day access to the park’s amusement rides, activities, and play areas. In addition to the 52 giant dinosaurs statues, there is a “fossil”-digging area, 5D cinema, mirror maze, and a number of play areas, alongside activities such as electric cars, trampolines, and paddleboats.
Things to Know Before You Go
The park is ideal for travelers with kids, and activities are best-suited to children 10 and under.
On-site facilities include a pizzeria, ice-cream vendors, a restaurant, a souvenir shop, and free parking.
The park is wheelchair-accessible, but not all of the activities are suitable for those with limited mobility.
How to Get There
The Radailiai Dinosaur Park is located in the village of Radailiai, 7.5 miles (12 kilometers) northeast of Klaipėda, about a 20-minute drive away. There is no public transport to the park, so you will need to drive or take a taxi from Klaipėda.
When to Get There
The Radailiai Dinosaur Park is open daily from midmorning to evening, between March and November only. The park can get busy in peak season, when it’s best to make an early start.
Family Attractions Around Kaipėda
Kaipėda has a number of other attractions suitable for those with kids in tow. Right outside the Radailiai Dinosaur Park, the Upside Down House is an Instagram-worthy museum of illusions. Along the Curonian Spit, there are numerous beaches and scenic walks that can be enjoyed as a family, while the region’s star attraction is the Lithuanian Sea Museum, which has a maritime museum, aquarium, and dolphinarium.
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