It’s make a dino Monday and today we’re taking a look at BuildaDino.Com. Build a Dino is owned by the same company that owns Build a Bear, only they specialize in dinosaur themed plush toys rather than “bears.” Build A Dino has been known to be at the following locations:
- T-REX Café™ at Lake Buena Vista in Florida
- T-REX Café™ at The Legends at Village West in Kansas City
- Saint Louis Science Center, St. Louis, Missouri
- Broadway at the Beach, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
- 5th Ave. at 46th, New York City, New York
- Mall of America, Bloomington, Minnesota
Building a dinosaur can also be done online although it is more fun to take part in the interactive process of building at retail locations when possible.
What if you don’t want to build one? Check out these dinosaur plush stuffed animals on Amazon.
Build a Dino Has a Good Selection of Dinosaurs
Build a Dino offers a number of dinosaur selections and frequently update their selection to include special edition plush dinosaurs as well. Some of the dinosaurs available from the online store include: Brachiosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Apatosaurus, Stegosaurus, Velociraptor, Diplodocus, Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus Rex and Spinosaurus. My favorite dinosaur so far?
Build a Dino Offers Accessories Too
For those youngsters who want to add a little extra something to their favorite new dinosaur pal, Build a Dino also offers clothing and accessories. New dinosaur parents can pick from complete outfits, pajamas, tops, bottoms and even underwear.
How Much Do Build a Dino Dinosaurs Cost?
Build a Dino dinosaurs aren’t cheap but they do make great gifts for young dinosaur lovers. The plush dinosaurs themselves run from between $15 to $22 and unlike Build a Bear, Build a Dino does not offer any of their plush dinosaurs in their sale / clearance section of their site. “Special” edition dinosaurs generally sit at the high end of the scale and include specially colored dinosaur variations.
Clothing from Build a Dino is available in their website sale / clearance section with prices ranging from $3 to $7. Clothing from the non-sale section of the website range from $3.50 for “dinosaur underwear” to $12.50 for complete outfits. Outfits can also be complimented with shoes which top out at $9 and a range of accessories including sunglasses, hats, purses and cell phones.
In total a dinosaur with a complete outfit and shoes will run you around $40 plus shipping.