|China Dinosaurs Park|
|Location||Xinbei, Changzhou, Jiangsu, China|
China Dinosaur Park (Chinese: 中华恐龙园) is a theme park located in Xinbei, Changzhou, Jiangsu, China. The park was opened to the public in April 2001. Recognized also as the Oriental Jurassic Park, the park construction cost about $40 million and took two years to complete. It combines a science museum and a theme park and occupies a land of 60 hectares.
The park is situated in the New North District of the city and is divided into three parts: exhibition zone, entertainment area and research division.
The exhibition area is landscaped with waterfall, forest, cliff and caves. The park has been becoming a booming tourist center for both visitors and locals.
In 2012, the park opened the world's third 4th dimension coaster.
Present Roller Coasters (3)[edit | edit source]
|Dinoconda||S&S Worldwide||4th Dimension||April 29, 2012||Operating|
|Whirling Dinosaur Car||Golden Horse||Spinning||2009 or earlier||Operating|
|Dinosaur Mountains||Zamperla||Enclosed||Octoober 2010||Operating|