Fort Myers, Florida: Pipeosaurus - Imaginarium Dinosaur

A suitably silly-looking dinosaur made from recycled pipes and tanks, free to view from the street.
Address:
2000 Cranford Ave., Fort Myers, FL
Directions:
Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd and Cranford Ave.
Hours:
Visible from road. (Call to verify)
Phone:
239-321-7420
Admission:
Free to view statue.
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Pipeosaurus - Imaginarium Dinosaur

If you have children, then take the time to go into the Imaginarium.

[Bill Thompson, 02/23/2012]
Pipeosaurus - Imaginarium Dinosaur

Pipeosaurus seems to be a mascot for the Imaginarium (A kid's museum). He is behind a fence, but is very visible from the road.

[Lindsey T., 03/23/2010]

The Pipeosaurus is a suitably silly dinosaur made from recycled pipes and tanks.

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