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Battle of the Titans is an interactive encounter featuring cast fossils, striking graphics, dramatic videos, living dioramas, remarkable displays, realistic background audio and stunning, life-size robotic dinosaurs, walking, feeding, roaring...more
5200 Robinson St | Skylon Tower, Niagara Falls, Ontario L2G 2A2, Canada
If you like dinosaurs, this is a pretty neat exhibit. There are life sized dinosaurs statues, which are pretty interesting as they are mechanical and move. It's located at the top of the Skylon Tower which has a really old arcade and some small souvenir...More
I am only writing this review because I am shocked at the amount of positive reviews and I can only assume that the management is manipulating the score by posting as visitors because there should be a lot more mediocre to poor scores for this...More
We went the first week it was open so some of the displays and gift shop were not up and running but my son who was a huge Dino lover when he was small thought it was fun. It was nice to see new exhibits...More
I'm glad I got a groupon sort of deal on this from wagjag. Coming from New Jersey, and just across the bridge from New York, with tons of museums and zoos, this was nothing to be excited over. It was a two room exhibit that...More
Like some of the other reviews have stated, this exhibit is starting to show some wear. I am always disappointed by the lack of effort on things like simple dusting. Several of the dinosaurs had visible cobwebs and dirt.
The colouring area and bone dig...More
Good exhibit for all ages. Very interesting facts and a decent amount of exhibits. The toung ones really enjoyed the hands on archelogical dig and coloring play area. Fun for all. You could spend hours in here or be done in as little as 30...More
Trying to find the entrance to this exhibit was difficult. Keep following the signs until you find the escalator that takes you up to the exhibit. Warning - there are no bathrooms in the exhibit, those are on the first floor.
The first part of...More
I should preface this by saying I liked what they were going for and genuinely enjoyed a lot of the exhibits. There's this one part where you stick your head inside a giant dinosaur's head to see things from its perspective. There's giant skeletons and...More