For drivers, the weather outside is frightful, but in South Bend, kids are finding a prehistoric exhibit delightful.
Well for some kids it was a little frightful too. Families are going back in time at the Century Center this weekend to "Discover the Dinosaurs."
The hands-on exhibit includes over 60 animatronic prehistoric replicas. Children can hear the sounds of the "land before time," dig for bones, run and slide on the inflatables, and even ride a dinosaur. Hundreds of parents and grandparents were out Friday with their children to enjoy the fun and educational tour.
“It was really cool because you wouldn't think that it would actually move and when you click a button,” says Brittany Nicely an Elkhart resident who attended the exhibit. “It is really cool because they move and the features of them look really real. It's really fun because all the different kind of dinosaurs and you get to learn about them.”
The exhibit is open Friday night until 9, Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.