Discover the Dinosaurs in Fort Smith

Apr 10, 2012 Read more: 5NEWSonline.com 28

Discover the Dinosaurs, a hands on exhibit including over 60 animatronic and museum quality dinosaur replicas is coming to the Phoenix Expo Trade & Event Center in Fort Smith April 13-15. The exhibit showcases museum quality pieces along with moving animatronic dinosaurs, all in a fun and educational environment.

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Fred Flintstone Caveman

Fort Smith, AR

#1 Apr 11, 2012
So you can view the dinosaur replicas at the Expo, but you can still walk inside an actual economic dinosaur at the Convention Center.
Hue

Tulsa, OK

#2 Apr 13, 2012
This is a ripoff! Cost $50.00 for 2adults& 2children. Took about 20mins to see all the Dino's. For the inflatables it's 3 tickets per child with each ticket costing $2.00 a piece. U add up the cost of tickets and just getting in to this place it's around $110.00! Save ur money! There is not much info on the Dino's. This was really a letdown.
Agreed

Greenwood, AR

#3 Apr 14, 2012
I wish we had known that before going too. Outrageously expensive and not much there. Definitely not the exhibit we expected!
Proud Citizen

Van Buren, AR

#5 Apr 15, 2012
Isn't someone goint to blame Sandy Sanders for allowing a bad dinosaur exibit to be shown in Fort Smith?

Come on, you can do it.
Bob Johnson

Saint Paul, MN

#6 Apr 24, 2012
I disagree. To see dinosaurs like this you would have to go to disney. That will be more then $50 or $100. We went in Kansas City a few weeks ago and it was great. In fact some of our friends who missed it will be drive to Topeka this weekend to see the event.
Dennis

Saint Paul, MN

#7 Apr 25, 2012
I agree with Bob. Experiences do cost money, and this one does too, but it's not unreasonable. The exhibit is great and there's lots of stuff to keep the little ones busy that don't cost money. There's lots of photo opps, a dino "mascot" that walks around and interacts with families, a sculptor who makes dinosaur heads during the show, a cool fossil dig, a theater showing fun and educational stuff about dinosaurs, a play area for kids - none of which cost anything extra.

There's lots of opportunity here for families to have fun.
Snap It

Greenwood, AR

#9 Apr 27, 2012
My oldest son took my younger son, he called me when they left and his exact words were "what a rip off". He said once they paid to get in, which cost a total of 25.00. They had a few things to do that didn't cost anything, but for the most part everything cost extra. They got a picture, it cost extra, they got a bag of dino eggs,it cost extra. So I'm not sure where you got all the free stuff, because here in Fort Smith, it all cost extra. They both said they wouldn't care to go again, and I heard my oldest tell some friends of his that if they were going, they better take lots of cash with them.
The Profiler

Peterborough, UK

#10 Apr 29, 2012
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APR Hasepro Prius GT

Bournemouth, UK

#11 Apr 29, 2012
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Good luck finding one like that.
The Profiler

Peterborough, UK

#12 Apr 29, 2012
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I am The Profiler. I can tell many things about you from the above statement.
APR Hasepro Prius GT

Manchester, UK

#13 Apr 30, 2012
Who let this guy out of his cage?

“'SPOT' The Diplodocus”

Since: Feb 12

Cheshire UK

#14 Apr 30, 2012
The Profiler wrote:
Dear APR Hasepro Prius GT.
I am The Profiler. I can tell a lot about your personality from the way that you write.
Your above post suggests you are someone with a degree of authority yet who must retain composure at all times - such as a crime-fighting librarian. This double life must have had an extremely taxing effect upon you, leading you to become dependent upon pollen - like a sort of bee. Your use of the word 'gibberish' is interesting. It conveys a nostalgic longing for a time before the invention of computerised laundry equipment.
I am The Profiler. I can tell many things about you from the above statement.
I am a linguistic analyst and I can surmise from your posts that you are wasted here.
You should be writing scrips for the media. Brilliant!
The Profiler

Canterbury, UK

#15 Apr 30, 2012
Dear APR Hasepro Prius GT

Thank you for your response. I am The Profiler. I can tell a lot about your personality from the way that you write.

Your assumption that The Profiler is a 'guy' is inaccurate. The Profiler is a complicated algorithm designed to enhance your biological and psychological well being.

Your use of the word 'cage' discloses a further insight into your mind. You have a rampant necessity for custard based snacks which manifests itself after your attempts to reverse engineer Sega Megadrive games. Furthermore, you have used the letter 'o' no less than three times in the above eight word sentence. This denotes a defined interest in the famous balcony scene (Act 2 Scene 2) of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. You have at many times considered recreating this scene with characters made out of porcelain and soft cheese, however your concern about the final production of your envisaged masterpiece failing to live up to your high expectations has restricted you from doing so. You must follow your dreams.

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APR Hasepro Prius GT

Manchester, UK

#16 Apr 30, 2012
I admit, this is actually brilliant, LOL.
Snap It

Greenwood, AR

#17 Apr 30, 2012
The Profiler wrote:
Dear Snap It.
I am The Profiler. I can tell a lot about your personality from the way that you write.
I can accurately deduce from the amount of times you have used 'extra' in your above post that you are most likely a person who has a fascination with cured meats, clothes pegs and head circumferences. This is an extremely erratic and dangerous combination which leads me to further conclude you were probably pushed too hard in mathematics and knitting as a youngster. Your abbreviation of dinosaur to "dino" further verifies this.
I am The Profiler. I can tell many things about you from the above statement.
Keep your day job, you profile is way off base.
The Profiler

Canterbury, UK

#18 Apr 30, 2012
Dear Snap It.

Thank you for your response. I am The Profiler. I can tell a lot about your personality from the way that you write.

Your utilization of the phrase 'off base' indicates you are an adept scotch egg architect and can craft numerous majestic constructions from this raw material. The substitution of 'you' for 'your' also verifies my original conclusion that you have a penchant for the the circumferences and average area mass of warm blooded mammals heads. The combination of these interests has the potential to open many doors for you in a professional sense, however you must first confront the issues that being continuously expected to simultaneously achieve at mathematics and knitting as a youth have left you with.

I am The Profiler. I can tell many things about you from the above statement.
Reality

Van Buren, AR

#19 Apr 30, 2012
Bunch of effin nuts

“'SPOT' The Diplodocus”

Since: Feb 12

Cheshire UK

#20 May 1, 2012
Reality wrote:
Bunch of effin nuts
You have no humour... Lighten up!
The Profiler

Peterborough, UK

#21 May 1, 2012
Dear Reality,

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I am The Profiler. I can tell many things about you from the above statement.
Reality

Van Buren, AR

#22 May 1, 2012
The Profiler wrote:
Dear Reality,
I am The Profiler. I can tell a lot about your personality from the way that you write.
Your brief sentence above discloses much about the workings of a troubled mind. It is possible to accurately surmise from this statement that you have an inherent and insatiable desire to witness the brutal and systematic annihilation of the Bavarian Warthog, indigenous to South Eastern Germany. The Bavarian Warthog is a timid yet noble creature which has enjoyed a strong partnership with man kind for millenia - it's stomach lining was used as the main component in pre-historic kettles. You must make your peace with the Bavarian Warthog's existence.
I am The Profiler. I can tell many things about you from the above statement.
I too can profile! You are a homosexual!

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