Sunday, May 14, 2017

Dinos in Pop Culture - T-REX Restaurant at Walt Disney World

There is a restaurant in what is now known as Disney Springs called T-REX that I have always wanted to go to since it opened (for obvious reasons). Well we finally got to go last year.

Main entrance sign.

 Some skeletons hanging about near the entrance.

 Is this the cause of the dinosaur's demise? 

Walking around inside the restaurant they had different areas. I don't recall the names but this was the ice cavern area with a nice size wooly mammoth. 

Inside the ice cave we have a blue glowing T-rex skeleton. 

 Another view of the woolly mammoth, this time with baby in view.

 Some pteranodons flying about. 

 Here we have a couple of apatosaurus. The baby is up on the right side and the mother is back on the left side. Look at the people eating, it's like they don't even care.

Up close and personal.

 A couple of Parasaurolophus.




Octopus bar that actually moves (the octopus, not the bar).

And your entrance greater, the T. rex. He was actually just next to us as we were eating and he moved! The kid did NOT like that.

And of course I took pictures of the bathroom. Because look at them!

All of the fossils in the bathroom were labeled so anything that you found interesting you could find out more information about. Here are some nautiloids. 

And some Knightia fish from the Green River formation of Wyoming.

 And last but not least, the gift shop. 

 Because...yea, we got this.

They also have a Build-a-Bear in the restaurant where you can make stuffed dinosaurs. The kid and I may have made one each.

They are sooo cute. 

And that is all. 

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