FAQ

Is DinoPark suitable for small children?

Absolutely! It is possible that small children will be afraid a bit of a giant Tyrannosaurus, but it’s certainly nothing so terrible… A playground with many attractions and also other models apart from carnivorous dinosaurs (Maiasaura with babies in the nest etc.) are ideal for small children.

Are dogs allowed to the DinoPark?

To DinoPark Ostrava yes. Just please remember that your pet will be surrounded here by children, so a leash and a muzzle are necessary. The owner of the dog is under all circumstances responsible for his animal (watching, cleaning after the dog, potential damage). We do not forbid dogs to enter, but we believe in the responsibility of our visitors. To let the dog run free in DinoPark is, however, not allowed at all.

How much are the parking and toilet fees?

None, there are no hidden fees in DinoPark.

Are there any group reductions?

No, the prices are identical for individuals, as well as for the groups.

Is Dinopark suitable for disabled?

Yes, its upper part. Parking place and entrance are adjusted for wheelchairs, as well as the upper part of the park with the majority of attractions (3D cinema, DinoShop, coffee shops and approx. one half of models with a view of the others). The lower part is situated under a steep hill in a forest valley, so it cannot be considered as suitable for handicapped people.

Do we have to book our time of entrance for school trips?

No, the capacity of DinoPark is sufficient. Just come in our opening hours.

Do teachers pay entrance fee when accompanying a school class?

No. The escort of a school trip is free of charge (1-2 teachers per one class).

Why is it called DinoPark Ostrava when it is not in Ostrava?

DinoPark is a distinctive touristic attraction, so the visitors come from faraway places where they do not know the name of the village Doubrava where the park is situated. That is why we chose the name of a natural center in the North Moravia. We don’t say anywhere that our park is located in Ostrava, we just call it DinoPark Ostrava. And in the section How to get there it is described in details how to get to the park. Disneyland Paris isn’t called Disneyland Magny-le-Hongre either, even if it is located there and not in Paris.