Wondering what gifts to get for the dinosaur enthusiast in your life? We’ve got you covered with our dinosaur holiday gift guide! Here are some gift ideas for the dino lover in your life.*
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If you love science and history, then the Mini Museum is for you. From Spinosaurus teeth to Apatosaurus bone to collections of multiple specimens, like the Mini Museum – Fourth Edition with raptor bone, piece of the first space shuttle, and part of a knight’s sword, there’s something for everyone!
Dinosaur Movies and Books
Catch up on (or re-watch) both seasons of Prehistoric Planet!
For even more dinosaur shows to watch, check out our list: “29 Dinosaur Movies, Documentaries, and TV Shows to Enjoy With Friends”!
An awesome pop-up book that dissects a dinosaur.
A visual guide and facts on the over 1,200 dinosaurs discovered.
50 recipes inspired by Jurassic World.
All about the days, the years, the centuries, and the million years after the impact that made the dinosaurs go extinct.
A delightful kids book about the predators and environments of the Mesozoic.
For the creative types in your life, you can gift them a copy of Keep Your Dinosaurs Here. It’s our fun creative journal with 100 prompts to get you writing, sketching, and learning about dinosaurs. We’ve gotten great reviews from adults and kids.
“The most comprehensive book about the Jurassic Park trilogy to date, Jurassic Park: The Ultimate Visual History begins with an in-depth account of the making of Spielberg’s original film, including rare and never-before-seen imagery and exclusive interviews with key creatives.”
“Through rare and never-before-seen imagery and exclusive interviews with key creatives, this deluxe volume explores the entire creative process, from the films’ stunning dinosaur designs to the epic location shoots and the creation of the films’ incredible visual effects.”
“How science and art can meet to produce compelling, interesting takes on ancient worlds”
Dinosaur Clothes and Costumes
Yes, we have our own merchandise (and yes we did have to include it in our dinosaur holiday gift guide)! Check out our store for Allosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Gorgosaurus, and Spinosaurus t-shirts, hoodies, notebooks, magnets, phone cases, and more.
These slippers look incredibly warm and comfortable. Reviews say they keep your ankles warm, the inside is soft, and they’re easy to wash.
Onesies aren’t just for kids. This dinosaur onesie for adults is the best gift for someone who wants to be comfortable while having fun.
Another fun option for dancing, and for recreating Jurassic World scenes as a Velociraptor.
Dinosaur Bedding and Blankets
Because what’s better than eating a dino nugget? Snuggling with one.
Have fun with this Jeff Goldblum mermaid pillow. “…your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.”
Snuggle with this cozy, comfortable dinosaur pillow.
A cute weighted dinosaur pillow to help with anxiety.
More arts and crafts for the dinosaur enthusiast in your family. They can color in a dinosaur scene on this soft pillowcase.
A comfy, cozy, glow-in-the-dark dinosaur blanket. Perfect for cuddling while watching all those Jurassic Park movies.
A soft dinosaur comforter and bedding set. Comes in Queen and Twin bed sizes.
Dinosaur Accessories and Decorations
A sterling silver dinosaur necklace, featuring a dinosaur and its child.
A very handy (and cute sauropod) gift for people who like to watch videos or play games, and prop their phones up on their beds or desks.
Give the gift of plants and greenery, with this dinosaur ceramic planter that can hold succulents, cactus, or even flowers.
A night light kit to make your own dinosaur lantern that can change colors.
Make your room magical with dinosaurs lighting up your walls.
A T. rex night light officially meant for kids, but we think adults would also appreciate this holiday gift.
A durable water bottle covered in dinosaurs!
Make your own dinosaur popsicles, with molds that look like skeletons.
Spice up your breakfast (or dinner) with these adorable, and tasty, mini dinosaur waffles.
Use the jaws of this cast iron T. rex to open your bottles. For sodas, beers, and more, though apparently it’s more decorative than functional.
This 6-inch long zinc-alloy raptor claw fits in your hand, so you can pretend to be a raptor while opening up a bottle.
This novelty gift can provide comfort in the form of hot drinks. Bonus that the Brachiosaurus neck makes for a great handle (we’ve seen mugs that are harder to hold).
Another great dinosaur mug. This one changes colors when holding hot liquid.
A dinosaur guessing game.
Try to dodge all the natural disasters and be the last dino standing.
For fans of dinosaurs and the game Monopoly, get the best of both worlds with this board game.
Play chess with Tyrannosaurus rex, Spinosaurus, Dilophosaurus, Velociraptor, Brachiosaurus, and Pteranodon.
Dig out your own rocks, and learn about dinosaurs with 8 immersive VR experiences.
Build your own T. rex, Brontosaurus, Spinosaurus, Triceratops, Stegosaurus, and Parasaurolophus.
Kids can chase their own dinosaurs in this Jeep Wrangler.
An inflatable T. rex pool tube runner, to relax in.
Even has a moveable jaw!
Build and pose Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops and Pteranodon, and put them on their own display stands. A 910-piece set great for those 16+.
The dinosaurs are posable and you get six minifigs.
Re-create that magical moment when meeting the Brachiosaurus in Jurassic Park.
This giant Giganotosaurus can gobble up minifigs.
Excavate 15 prehistoric fossils, including dinosaurs.
Find 10 dinosaur skeletons in sand that you can mold.
A feathered T. rex toy from Dino Dana.
Take apart and move around these three dinosaurs: Velociraptor, T. rex, and Triceratops. Great for kids ages 3 to 8.
Play with baby Triceratops, Pteranodon and Brachiosaurus figures.
Play with Bumpy from Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. This Ankylosaurus can move its head, roar, and swing its tail.
Such a spiky, yet soft, Ankylosaurus stuffed animal, ready to cuddle with adults and kids as a holiday gift.
Toddlers can create their own dinosaur world with these figures and play mat.
The chunky animals toddler puzzles are early learning resources, toddler sorting toys and educational toys for 2 year olds which are designed to stimulate learning.
Learn with paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim about herbivorous and carnivorous dinosaurs.
More Dinosaur Options
So you can keep the dinosaur theme going with all your presents!
And last but not least, here’s a list of paleoartists who have shops, mostly on Etsy, so you can find all kinds of cool holiday gifts.
Hope you enjoyed our dinosaur holiday gift guide!