INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Families can take a “Dino Stroll” experience to see dozens of life-sized dinosaurs at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Sunday from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Some dinosaurs stand over 20 feet tall and spanning over 60 feet long. Kids can also view animatronic dragons, bounce houses or ride on dino scooters and go-karts.
It’s the first time “Dino Stroll” has made its way to central Indiana. Sunday is the second and last day of the exhibition.
Dino Stroll teamed up with St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry for the “Stomp Out Hunger” campaign.
Donations can be dropped off inside designated bins at the “Dino Stroll” entrance.
St. Vincent de Paul says it’s very much in need of diapers/wipes, cereal, canned tuna and salmon, peanut butter, jelly, canned fruit and vegetables, rice, pasta, pasta sauce, box dinners, box mixes and boxed mac and cheese.