Go, See, Explore: Dino Stroll


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(GREEN BAY, WI): Do you or your child have a love for everything dinosaur? If the answer is yes then may I suggest you direct your attention to an exciting event coming to Green Bay in June! Dino Stroll will be in Green Bay on Saturday, June 26 and Sunday, June 27, and will be located at the Resch Expo. This is an exciting event for the area as this is not something that usually visits annually.

What is the Dino Stroll?
The Resch Expo will be taken back in time to the Mesozoic Era and 75 animatronic creatures and dinosaurs will be scattered throughout. This means that the creatures and dinosaurs will blink, open their mouths, move their tails, etc – exciting and realistic! Guests will also have the opportunity to become paleontologists and will have the option to study bones, fossils, and dinosaur eggs.

There will be photo opportunities, food on-site to purchase, and the Dino Band will be providing additional entertainment.

What are the COVID protocols?
A contactless ticketing system is in place which means ticket purchases will be available online only. Limited capacity sessions are scheduled and when you purchase your ticket(s), you will select a 30 min window in which you are asked to enter the event. Masks will be required.

Dino Stroll details:
Saturday, June 26 and Sunday, June 27
: Resch Expo 1901 S. Oneida St. Green Bay, WI 54304
Ticket prices: $16.99 per person + service fees (children 2 & under, military, & veterans are free)
Weblinks to purchase tickets:   June 26   June 27
Facebook event link:   https://www.facebook.com/events/245720457221931/

The Dino Stroll Green Bay will be a roaring good time! Hope to see you there!

Note: previous online material states the location is at the Brown County Fairgrounds. I have confirmed with Dino Stroll that the location has moved to Resch Expo. I have also confirmed that if you purchased your tickets and the location states Brown County Fairgrounds, your ticket will still work at the Expo.


Want more dinosaur fun?  Check out this post: It’s a Dinosaur Tour in Green Bay

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Amanda was born and raised in Green Bay and returned to the area after graduating from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where she obtained her degree in psychology and business. Shortly after moving back to Green Bay, Amanda attended Silver Lake College where she completed the master's program in management and organizational behavior. Amanda works full time and when she is not caring for her family or being a focused employee, she enjoys running, biking, skiing and hiking. Amanda lives in Green Bay with her husband and two children. She and her husband look forward to teaching their daughters how to ski and bike and hope their children enjoy being active outdoors. Amanda loves that the Green Bay area has a lot to offer in terms of trail systems (great for biking, running, hiking and skiing!) and Green Bay is conveniently located to some great ski hills all within a few hours drive.