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Largest dinosaur scene in Europe!
New at Dinopark Münchehagen from June 2022!

13 dinosaurs - some over 30 metres long


In 2015, the excavation team of the Dinosaur Park Münchehagen uncovered the 55-metre-long track of a large dinosaur with the help of the Münchehagen Volunteer Fire Brigade.

This find has been studied in recent years and has now been brought to life in a uniquely dynamic scene with the help of digital 3D planning and reconstruction.

Münchehagen is world-famous among experts for its numerous and extremely well-preserved dinosaur tracks. While bones can usually only be used for anatomical features, tracks show social behaviour, reactions and other behaviour of the giants that once ruled our world. The tracks were used to interpret and stage the new, gigantic prehistoric scene.

On 02.06.2022, a large number of different dinosaur models up to over 30 metres in size were set up in a closed scene on a 2000 m² area.

DINO-ZOO -  Parque Préhistorique, Frankreich


Congratulations DINO-ZOO on 30 years of success!

Dinosaur Park International delivered the largest long-necked dinosaur, Seismosaurus, along with another 20 lifelike dinosaur models to DINO-ZOO France for park expansion in March 2022, just in time for DINO-ZOO's 30th anniversary.

This completes the DINO-ZOO's prehistoric history and adds many more attractive models to those already supplied in the past, such as T-Rex and Diplodocus, for example, Triceratops, Torvosaurus, Dilophosaurus, Neovenator, Plateosaurus, Kentrosaurus, Europasaurus, a group of Deinonychus predators and many more.

Dinopark Agrarium in Steinerkirchen/Traun, Austria

Dinopark International has equipped the Dinopark Agrarium in Austria with over 40 prehistoric animal models in 2020, 2021 and 2022.


Among the animals staged in the park-like grounds are, of course, the best-known dinos from the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods such as T-Rex, Diplodocus, Triceratops, Centrosaurus, Styracosaurus, Iguanodon and many more.


In addition, Archeopteryx, Pterodactylus pterosaurs and also the early ancestors from the Devonian, Carboniferous and Permian periods such as Eustenopteron, Ichtyostega, Dimetrodon, Meganeura and Typothorax, among others, have been integrated into the ever-growing exhibition at Dinopark Agrarium.

Parque dos Dinossauros da Lourinha, Portugal

Dinosaur Park International has opened the largest dinosaur open-air museum ever built in southern Europe after only 15 months of construction on 9 February 2018 and put into operation. At the end of July 2018, more than 200,000 small and large guests visited the park "Dinoparque Lourinha" - a complete success!
The park has been planned for several years together with the city of Lourinha and the GEAL group who is responsible for the local paleontological findings.

The entire Dinopark was planned by DPI from zero with all the necessary infrastructure. The project was positively assessed by the Portuguese State, the responsible entities of Turismo de Portugal and Compete 2020, and co-financed with loans granted through public funds.
The imposing entrance diorama, with an image of the rocky coast, where many dinosaur fossils can be found, and a large Supersaurus standing on the cliff, intuitively conveys the impression of what visitors can await visiting the Dinosaur Open Air Museum:
dinosaur experience and adventure based on scientific findings.

Teufelsschlucht, Germany

The Dinosaurier-Park Teufelsschlucht is an open-air dinosaur park that is operated by Felsenland Südeifel Tourismus GmbH, which is a public authority of the Municipality of Ernzen.
In 2015, Dinosaurier-Park International (DPI) delivered 103 life-sized and realistic dinosaur reconstructions and prehistoric mammals measuring between 1 and 23 metres, and installed these on a site measuring around 33,500 m².