The Dinosaur Revels! Kansas’s Most Unique Holiday Light Display!

After 65 million years without a Christmas, the dinosaurs are ready to celebrate!

Experience the Field Station’s scenic trails in a whole new way – with thousands of Christmas lights, festive & funny decorations, and the world’s most unexpected holiday guests – the dinosaurs! Laugh and join in the spirit of the season with T-Rex, Spinosaurus and all your prehistoric favorites as they haul out the ivy, hang up their stockings and jingle all the way in preparation for the holliest, jolliest Jurassic holiday ever!

Featuring 10 acres of Christmas lights and holiday themed activities, this one-of-a-kind event is perfect for the entire family.

Dates & Hours

November 24 – December 17
Fri – Sun | 4:00p to 9:00p

December 20 – December 23
4:00p to 9:00p

December 26 – December 31
1:00p to 9:00p (A Family New Years Eve Dec 31st)

Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Included with Membership! Members can purchase additional tickets with a 10% discount at the box office.

Box Office Sales End 8:30pm

Ticket does NOT include Jurassic Golf

Bring Holly Jolly Jurassic Holiday To Your Home!

Download our FREE Holly Jolly Jurassic Holiday coloring pages – drawn and lined by Jennifer Rayl – which feature our favorite scenes.

Sledding on Alamosaurus Hill

Field Station: Dinosaurs has created the Wichita area’s wackiest, kid-sized luge run just in time for the holidays. Dinosaur lights and hay bales line the trail as future Olympians race down our bunny hill on an all-season sled.  Guaranteed winter fun!

Mesozoic Midway

Join us in the Paleo Playground for some of our favorite games – such as the Santa Cookie Frisbee Toss, Nutcracker Bowling, Table Hockey, Snowball Toss, a winter themed Cornhole, and more!

 Santasaurus Rex

Meet the Santasaurus Rex! Bring your camera and get a great, unexpected photo that’s great for every dino lover’s Christmas card.

Naughty or Nice?

Santasaurus needs help checking his list twice Can you help him decide which Dino’s have been naughty and which are nice?