Moab Giants

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  • Address: 112 West, UT-313, Moab, UT 84532, United States
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4353550288
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Family And Kids

This attraction puts full scale models of dinosaurs’ right in the lands where dinosaurs once ruled the roost. The highlights are as follows:

  • Dinosaur Trail: A half mile long trail with 100 reconstructions of dinosaurs and the tracks they made.
  • Tracks Museum: An examination of dinosaur footprints using interactive exhibits, and explanation of the insight they provided to science.
  • 3D Theatre: A movie on tracing the history of the universe from the Big Bang to the Dinosaur Era.
  • Paleoaquarium: Eight 3D screens exploring prehistoric marine life.
  • Paleo Camp: See how paleontologists live.
  • Dig it Outs: Two sides where you can use paleontology tools to uncover fossils.
  • Dinosaur Playground

If you have kids, there is no way this attraction will dissapoint.

Moab Giants Travel Tips

  • Check out the souvenir shop and the cafe.

Entrance Ticket Details For Moab Giants

Dino Pass: Access to Trail, Dig It Outs, Playground, Paleo Camp and Rock Art Gallery.

  • USD 14 adults
  • USD 12 for senior, student, military and teens.
  • USD 10 for kids 4-12.
  • USD 45 for families.
  • Groups of 15+ (USD 2 discount).

Paleo Pass: All of Dino Pass + 3D Theater + Tracks Museum

  • USD 18 adults
  • USD 16 for senior, student, military and teens.
  • USD 12 for kids 4-12.
  • USD 60 for families.
  • Groups of 15+ (USD 2 discount)

Guided tour prices can be found on attraction website.

Moab Giants Hours

  • Winter timings December - February, are shorter. Check attraction website for updates.

How to Reach Moab Giants

  • Drive to here.

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  • Moab Giants Address: 112 West, UT-313, Moab, UT 84532, United States
  • Moab Giants Contact Number: +1-4353550288
  • Moab Giants Timing: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Best time to visit Moab Giants(preferred time): 10:00 am - 03:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Moab Giants: 03:00 Hrs
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  • 11.66% of people who visit Moab include Moab Giants in their plan

  • 80.56% of people start their Moab Giants visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Moab Giants

Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Moab Giants

People normally club together Arches National Park and Potash Scenic Byway while planning their visit to Moab Giants.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Moab Giants Reviews & Ratings

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    On 07-Oct-2018

    Upon visiting this museum we found we were not allowed to enter because we had a service dog. The front ticket person told us in order to allow a service dog into the park the person with the dog needed to be blind or incapacitated like in a wheel chair. We were livid about this and left. After leaving we looked up the Utah state laws regarding this and found that it states anyone with a disability meaning if your service pet helps you in some way that it is allowed in. If someone was blind then why would they even go to a museum like this??? VERY DISAPPOINTED

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    On 07-Oct-2018

    Upon visiting this museum we found we were not allowed to enter because we had a service dog. The front ticket person told us in order to allow a service dog into the park the person with the dog needed to be blind or incapacitated like in a wheel chair. We were livid about this and left. After leaving we looked up the Utah state laws regarding this and found that it states anyone with a disability meaning if your service pet helps you in some way that it is allowed in. If someone was blind then why would they even go to a museum like this??? VERY DISAPPOINTED

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  • This is such a fantastic place! What a find! We didn't even get to do everything there was to do. My only complaint was that the guide for the 3D aquarium needed a microphone. It was hard to hear him unless you were right next to him. But the dinosaur trail was awesome. We'll be back! I do wish the gift shop carried more adult books. I was really wanting to find a book on the geology of the area. After walking the trail, I was curious to know more. The price was really fair. We live in Denver, and we pay more for a visit to an attraction with less to do. Highly recommended!

  • Was a great experience. Might be hot in Moab during August but kids were so excited to walk the trails. The dinosaurs are beautifully done and there are misters throughout the walk- cool off in the shade and kids can dig in dig sites. The aquarium movie was awesome! Very well done, and they people are so kind and patient. Well informed and just a really amazing experience for us adults too. The museum and the movie was very informative and the displays were really interesting and kept kids engaged too! We have seen a lot of dinosaurs on display ( living in Colorado,) and this has been voted one of our favorites! Really great- if you have kids who know their dinosaurs and are amazed to get up and close with them... this place is it! Top of our list- well done! And you can always cool down in the AC movies/cafe/gift shop! After you see that go to the fossil shop in town- another great place !

  • Loved it. Shark attack 3d movie theatre was awesome. Cool special features. Loved walking around and seeing the dinosaurs. Will come again for sure.

  • Definitely a tourist trap with its high fee and underwhelming attractions. If you are in the Moab area there are way better places like the adjacent national parks and the state park to explore than this museum. If you find yourself here by any chance, do not make the mistake of ordering food at their Cafe. They will take ages to prepare your order.

  • Owner is very rude we were on the road for 3 hours before we got there. We really needed to use the restrooms but she wouldn't let us before we bought a ticket. We were going to go to the museum but pushed past her to use the bathroom and didn't give her a cent. Looks like a nice place but me and my family will never go back

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