There are a few family-friendly prehistoric dinosaur events coming to Michigan in the coming weeks.

Earlier this week I told you about the Dino Safari Drive-Thru event that's coming to Novi later this month. After I posted this on our Facebook page, a woman told me about another dinosaur event that's coming later this month and it's even closer.

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Dino Stroll at Canterbury Village in Lake Orion

This is said to be the most realistic tour back into history with animatronic dinosaurs that have moving heads, necks, tails, wings, eyes blinking, mouths that open and close, Breathing movements, synchronized sounds, spraying water, and many more exquisite details that bring them to life.

Guests will get to explore and study skeletons, fossils and dinosaur eggs, even while climbing inside of them for photo ops.

This is a very interactive event that will allow guests to walk with and get up close and personal with almost 75 life-like creatures, reptiles and life-size dinosaurs, with most standing over 25 feet tall and spanning over 60 feet long, including T-Rex, Velociraptors, Stegosaurus and more.

Ticket info

Tickets May 20 - 23 and May 28 - 30. are $19.99 and going fast. I noticed some of the time slots are already sold out.

Three prehistoric events coming to Michigan

Dino Stroll will be held at Canterbury Village in Lake Orion from May 20 - 23 and May 28 - 30.

Jurassic Quest is a drive-thru event that is coming to the DTE Energy Music Theatre parking lot in Clarkston from Friday, June 18 through Sunday, July 4.

Dino Safari is a drive-thru event that will be at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi from Friday, May 28 through Sunday, June 13.

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