Dinosaur Park in Rapid City, South Dakota, has large sculptures of six dinosaurs, representing an Apatosaurus, Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops, Stegosaurus, Edmontosaurus, and a Protoceratops, along with a non-mammalian synapsid known as a Dimetrodon, all created by sculptor Emmet Sullivan.
The hilltop park was created as a tourist attraction in 1936 by the city of Rapid City and the Works Progress Administration. The first of the dinosaurs were constructed using a metal pipe frame with a concrete skin laid over wire mesh, and initially had a gray, unpainted finish.
Later painted green and white in the 1950s, the animals have a cartoon-like appearance and are not entirely anatomically correct, but they remain a popular attraction, particularly with children. The park has a parking lot and gift shop, and admission is free.