These are the most commonly asked questions about the Dinosaur House
When is the Dinosaur House open?
Check out our Facebook page for hours. Dinosaur House Hours
How much is admission?
Admission is free.
Where is the Dinosaur House located?
The Dinosaur House is located at 733 Greenway Rd Henderson, NV 89002.
What days are your busiest?
Fridays and Saturdays are our busiest days.
Can I get a personal tour of the Dinosaur House?
Yes, you can ring the bell and if Dinoman Steve is available he will be happy to give you a tour.
Can I arrange a private viewing of the Dinosaur House?
The Dinosaur House can accommodate groups up to 15 people for private showings.
Is the Dinosaur House available for birthdays and private parties?
Unfortunately the Dinosaur House is unavailable for parties.
Is Dinoman Steve available for assemblies and classrooms appearances?
No, not at this time.
Can I ask the Dinoman questions if I see him out in public?
Yes, please stop and visit with Dinoman Steve if you see him out in the DinoMobile. He welcomes questions and even has a small toy if you stop to say Hi!
Do you accept donations?
Donations are appreciated, but never required or expected.
How many prehistoric creatures does the Dinosaur House contain?
Currently there are 62 creatures featured in the Dinosaur House. That number grows during holidays and events.
How big is Tex the T. Rex?
Tex stands 14 feet tall and spans a length of 27 feet from head to tail. He weighs 500 pounds.
How many visitors does the Dinosaur House get each year?
On average the Dinosaur House gets over 40,000 visitors every year from all over the globe. Halloween is the most popular day to visit the Dinosaur House.
Where does Dinoman Steve get the dinosaurs for his collection?
The collection comes from all parts of the world, such as Mexico, the Phillippines and the USA.
Why was the Dinosaur House created?
To bring a smile to people's faces, offer a place for people to escape the world for a bit and enjoy the prehistoric wild life.
Who manages the website?
This website was designed by a pair of novice developers in service to the Foundation. It is now maintained by Ethanoid Creations, which has over 20 years' experience in web development.