The exhibition features twenty moving dinosaur figures. These include the ferocious Allosaurus, the ridge-headed Stegosaurus, the horned Carnotaurus and, of course, the mighty Tyrannosaurus – T-Rex himself! The exhibition takes viewers through the past, from the early Jurassic period 190 million years ago to the end of the dinosaur era, near the end of the Late Cretaceous period 65 million years ago.
Finland’s largest dinosaur exhibition Dinosauria is an experience for the whole family, where the greatest monstrous lizards of the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods come to life. Life-sized, moving and vocal dinosaur models make you wonder what kind of animals walked the earth tens of millions of years ago. The dinosaur is at Limingantulli in the SuperPark premises. Come and be amazed!
Dinosauria in SuperPark until the end of April 2024
Huge Dinosauria exhibition is located in SuperPark in Limingantulli (Tyrnäväntie 16). The exhibition features twenty moving dinosaur figures. These include the ferocious Allosaurus, the ridge-headed Stegosaurus, the horned Carnotaurus and, of course, the mighty Tyrannosaurus – T-Rex himself! The exhibition takes viewers through the past, from the early Jurassic period 190 million years ago to the end of the dinosaur era, near the end of the Late Cretaceous period 65 million years ago.
The noise level in the exhibition is for some sensitive persons and kids quite loud, so earmuffs might be recommended.
Documentary film Titanosaurus
Titanosaurus is a 22-minute info package about paleontology and the largest animal that ever walked the earth. How could a small chick grow into a 70-ton giant and even in a short time compared to us? Did Titanosaurs nurse their young? The film answers these and many other mind-boggling questions.
The film is in Finnish and the shows are every half hour.
In Dinosauria’s shop’s rich selection, you will find a toy that every dinosaur fan will like. Whether you want a soft toy, a playset, playing cards or, for example, a drinking bottle, they are all available. In addition to many kinds of dinosaur goods, the store has a lot of other fun things, and there is sure to be something to buy for every wallet. Shop serves customers during Dinosauria’s opening hours.
Exhibition ticket €12
Family ticket (2+2 or 1+3) € 42
Ticket addition to a family ticket €10
Group ticket €10 (Minimum group size 10 persons)
Free admission for children under 2 years of age
We accept Smartum Pay and Edenred.
N.b. Loyalty cards or, for example, the Museum Card cannot be used for admission.
Buy tickets at Dinosauria.
Opening hours in 2023
30 October–22 December, Mon–Fri 10 a.m.–5.30 p.m., Sat–Sun 11 a.m.–6 p.m.
26–30 December, Mon–Sat 11 a.m.–6 p.m. Sundays closed.
Exceptional opening hours:
23 December, day before Christmas Eve, 11 a.m.–3 p.m.
4 November, Private event
6 December, Finnish Independence Day
24–26 December, Christmas
31 December 2023–1 January 2024, New Year
How do I get to Dinosauria?
SuperPark Oulu is located in Limingantulli region with good transport connections, near the center of Oulu. The address is Tyrnäväntie 16.
There are about 200 free parking spaces in SuperPark’s yard. Distance to the center 2.0 km, travel time by car approx. 6 min.
By public transport: The nearest train station is Oulu railway station (2.5 km). There is a bus connection from the railway station to Limingantulli with local bus C.
You can also take these buses to Oulu SuperPark: 3, 9, 52, (53), Local buses C and D to the Limingantulli stop (about 500 m): 3 (Ritaharju-Oulu-Kaakkuri), 9 (Heikinharju-Oulu-Lentoasema), 52 ( Tyrnävä-Liminka-Oulu), 53 (Lumijoki-Liminka-Oulu).
Local bus C (center-Rautatieasema-Limingantulli) and Local bus D (center-Heinäpää-Limingantulli) stop right in front of SuperPark.