If you’re passing through the Wichita, Kansas, area during the holidays, then you need to stop by the Holly Jolly Jurassic Holiday event. Who says Christmas can’t include dinosaurs? If you want an experience unlike anything else this Holiday season, then make sure you stop by the Field Station in Wichita.
What is the Holly Jolly Jurassic Holiday?
Every year, the Field Station decks out its collection of dinosaurs with holiday cheer. Families can enter the station and discover the brightly colored dinosaurs. As if seeing dinosaurs wasn’t cool enough, now children can have even more fun as they sing carols and admire the Christmas-clad dinos throughout the Field Station.
The event runs from November 29th through December 23rd, 6 pm to 9 pm, every Friday and Saturday. It also has extended hours for December 26th through December 31st, Thursday through Tuesday, from 1 pm to 9 pm. That leaves plenty of time for you and your family to make their way to the holiday event. If you happen to be visiting another family, then bring along their kids, too. The entire extended family will enjoy the Holly Jolly Jurassic Holiday event. It has something for everyone.
What Can You See?
The Field Station boasts 44 life-sized dinosaurs pictured performing Christmas traditions. You can find dinos kissing under the mistletoe, wrapping Christmas presents, singing carols, and even decorating their Christmas trees.
Almost all of the dinosaurs are animatronics, so it’s like visiting a real-life Jurassic Park, just a lot safer. The Field Station spans over 14-acres and offers over 30 live shows, activities, and even games. Your children will love bringing in the Christmas cheer with their favorite dinosaurs.
Can they out-carol a T-Rex? They can certainly try! The dinosaurs will be singing carols at a few live shows where families can sing along with them to some of their favorite Christmas songs. It’s a unique event that you do not want to miss.
When it comes to pricing for the Field Station, you have a range of options. For the Holly Jolly Jurassic Holiday experience, tickets are $12.00 a person. Yet you can also get a Family Membership pass that will include a series of tickets for the year. That will cost you $198.00. You can also choose to add additional family members to the membership plan for a price of $49.50.
Whether you’re traveling to see family or just traveling in the Wichita area for the holidays, you’ll want a comfortable place to stay in. When you look for hotels near Wichita, your first selection should be the Hyatt Regency Wichita. You’ll be able to rest in comfort after spending your day with the Christmas-Spirited dinos. With all of the excess Christmas food and exhaustion from the day, there will be nothing quite like falling into a Hyatt Regency bed and putting up your feet for the day. It’s also conveniently close to the Field Station.
Make Your Plan Today
Christmas and the holiday season is just around the corner. If you know you’re going to be in the area, then why not make your Christmas unique this year? Visit the Holly Jolly Jurassic Holiday event and bolster your children’s education while enjoying the holidays. Just don’t be too surprised if they end up asking for a dinosaur for Christmas.
Well this is a very unique experiences that sounds like a lot of fun!
Looks like my grandchildren would love it. Thanks for sharing
I think if this was closer my son would love to go. It looks like so much fun. 😜.
This sounds fun. We have something similar in New Jersey.
What a fun event!! My kids would love something like this.
What a fun family tradition especially if you have a dino-loving kiddo. I have never been to Wichita so if I ever do during the holidays, I’ll have to remember this one!
Wow, this looks so incredibly fun.My oldest one loves dinosaurs. He would lose his mind over this.
I am sure this would be a great time for a family outing. Christmas and dinosaurs go perfectly together.
This looks so fun!
This sounds like a lot of fun my kids, especially my son, would love it.
Oh what a fun evert! I would love to see more photos!