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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  • 10.92% 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

  • user-avatar

    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