PHOTOS, VIDEO: NEW Dino-Rama Fossil Fun Games Plush Prizes Debut at DinoLand U.S.A. in Disney’s Animal Kingdom
If you’re looking to try your luck, two of the Fossil Fun Games located within Chester and Hester’s Dino-Rama in DinoLand U.S.A. have finally reopened, and best of all, the kiosks have debuted an all-new plush collection themed to DinoLand.
We arrived at Disney’s Animal Kingdom bright and early to partake in the games and try to win some prizes!
Fossil Fun Games – Reopened Kiosks
Bronto Score and Comet Crasher are the two kiosks that are now open at Chester and Hester’s Dino-Rama, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM daily. Each game costs $5 to play per turn, but first you need to purchase vouchers at the souvenir stand located in the games area or at Chester and Hester’s Dinosaur Treasures.
Fossil Fun Games – New DinoLand Plush
And here’s a look at the adorable new plush, which are unlike anything the land’s ever featured as part of their prizes, including the dinosaur from Donald’s Dino-Bash, plus the beloved “Cementosaurus” you walk under as you enter Dino-Rama.
There’s also Aladar from Disney’s Dinosaur (and the DINOSAUR attraction), plus the dinosaur guests get to ride in on TriceraTop Spin—yes, he even has the little golden stars embroidered onto him! Mickey and Minnie are seen in full Dino Institute outfits, plus the Disney’s Animal Kingdom logo on one shoe.
Triceratops from TriceraTop Spin (Medium)
This Triceratops is available in small or medium.
Do note that the prizes do come in varying sizes, from small, medium, and large.
Aladar from DINOSAUR (Small)
Aladar is available in small and large size.
Dino Institute Mickey (Small)
Mickey is available in small and large size.
Cementosaurus is available in medium and large size.
Dino Institute Minnie (Medium)
Minnie is available in small and medium.
Daryl is available in small and large.
You can watch us play and win prizes at Disney’s Animal Kingdom by following along on our YouTube livestream below (DinoLand hijinks start about 15 minutes into the stream):
Fossil Fun Games – New Health & Safety Measures
Now, if you’re actually curious as to the changes at the newly-reopened games, take a look at some of the new protocols below:
Social distancing markers have been placed at the games, with numbered spots for guests to stand at, and large pumps of hand sanitizer.
At both Comet Crasher and Bronto Score, balls used for the games are dunked in sanitizing buckets for a proper washing in between games.
At this time, the other Fossil Fun Games kiosks remain closed at this time.
Will you be heading over to win some prizes? Let us know in the comments!