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Dino & Dragon Stroll at Connecticut Convention Center

April 30 - May 1

Dino & Dragon Stroll, a national touring event, produced by CV Events is coming to Hartford, Connecticut for the first time. This is the only North American tour that lets you walk-thru and get up close to life-like and life-size dinosaurs AND dragons.

This must-see event features the LARGEST creatures touring the country, much larger than any other event of its kind. The dinosaurs and dragons are MASSIVE, some standing over 28 feet tall and spanning over 60 feet long. Dino & Dragon Stroll also features the NEWEST dinosaurs and dragons produced with advanced animatronic and sound technology that brings these amazing creatures to life.

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Start:
April 30
End:
May 1
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Location

Connecticut Convention Center 100 Columbus Blvd. Hartford





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