Prehistoric Botanical Exhibit

Looking for something fun to do with the kids this summer? The W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory, located in Tacoma, Washington, has a summer exhibit titled Dig It: Prehistoric Plants. It reminds me of a miniature version of Jurassic World. While walking through the conservatory, look down AND look up to find miniature dinosaurs randomly placed in the tropical foliage.  Beware the T-Rex! You might even spot a Triceratops or a Pteranodon! There’s even a photo-op area with a dinosaur mural as a back-drop. It’s great fun for the kids and for the kid in adults, too! The exhibit continues through August 11.

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