Saugus, Massachusetts: Famous Orange DinosaurA pudgy, safety-orange T-rex has reportedly been protected as a National Landmark. Its face appears to have been inspired by Bob Hope. Part of a mini-golf that was sold to a land developer in 2015 and is scheduled to close in Sep. 2016. Locals want to save the dino, but can they?
Route One Miniature Golf
- 1575 Broadway, Saugus, MA
- Route One Miniature Golf. On southbound US Hwy 1/Broadway just south of Collins Ave. The dinosaur stands right next to the highway, but it's impossible to pull off at that spot.
Visitor Tips and News About Famous Orange Dinosaur
Famous Orange Dinosaur
Part of a mini-golf course (with other fiberglass animals, although none as big as this one), ice cream stand and batting cages in same location. Can walk close to it without going through the golf course. On the southbound side of Rte 1.[Carlee, 09/01/2015]
I read the RA news story that the orange dinosaur was destroyed by vandals. Well, he's up and happy again, along with a green dino pal. Other weird and wacky fiberglass creatures fill the mini golf spot on Route 1. Along with these creatures on Route 1, there are many other attractions.[Jill V., 07/07/2007]
A garish landmark dinosaur along Route 1 in Saugus, Massachusetts was damaged last Thursday night/Friday morning when vandals managed to tip it over, breaking the statue at the ankles. The orange fiberglass Tyrannosaurus Rex is over 12 feet tall, and is well known as part of the Saugus continuum of roadside horrors.... [04/10/2007] Complete News Story
You left out the Orange Dinosaur in Saugus/Malden Massachusetts on Rt. 1 South. This Orange Dinosaur is in a mini golf course and is actually protected as a National Landmark.[Tom, 07/08/2001]