For Some Reason A Drive-Thru Dinosaur Experience Is Closed As Part Of The Provincial Shutdown

For Some Reason A Drive-Thru Dinosaur Experience Is Closed As Part Of The Provincial Shutdown

It’s a move that has a lot of people here in the Region shaking their heads.  Bingemans has been forced to temporarily close their Dino-Drive-In experience because of the Provincial shutdown. Despite visitors remaining in their own vehicles and having virtually no contact with staff, the drive-thru attraction is apparently not allowed to open. Refunds are available for anyone who had tickets.

Here is a statement from the Dino Drive-In Experience:

As we are still waiting to hear back from the Province regarding permission to reopen the Drive-Thru, we thank those of you who have been sending emails and social media messages to this point as well as support from our local municipalities. At the present time, we will be refunding all purchases for April 3rd, 4th and 5th, as we do not expect to hear back in time to save these dates. Please note that refunds may take up to 3 business days to be seen on your statements. Should we not receive any positive news, be rest assured that we will be refunding all the dates that we are not able to operate. The dinodrivethru.ca website will be updated with news for everyone as soon as we have some.   We will be keeping the Dino Store Open on April 3rd and 4th from 12pm-5pm, access to this is via the Bingemans Main Entrance to the Embassy Room. Thank you for your support towards Bingemans, THEMUSEUM and Indian River Reptile & Dinosaur Park.

Photo Credit: Bingemans

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