Meet Radley Rex

Radley Rex

Hello! My name is Radley Rex and I'm part of the of the Washington Pavilion team. I can't wait to meet you and go on adventures together to be inspired, educated, entertained and enriched by the arts and science. I'm so excited to hang out with my best friends Stan T. Rex and the Spinosaurus Dinosaurs at the Washington Pavilion and meet all of my new soon-to-be best friends when you come visit! 

Get to Know Radley Rex

  • What's your favorite color?
    • Orange
  • What's your favorite food?
    • Three meat pizza
  • Favorite thing to do at the Washington Pavilion?
    • Meet new friends or create art in the Raven Children's Studio
  • How old are you? 
    • 66 million years old - but I'm celebrating my first birthday at the Washington Pavilion!
  • What type of dinosaur are you?
    • Tyrannosaurus Rex
  • Where are you from?
    • Stan T. Rex and I are both from South Dakota! 
  • What's your favorite book?
    • The "Radley Rex Explores the Washington Pavilion" coloring book of course! Come color and go on an adventure with me!
  • What's your dream job?
    • I wish I could be a scientist, conductor, artist or actor!

Upcoming Radley Rex Meet & Greets*

I can't wait to meet you! Feel free to take a picture with me, give me a hug or high five or come say hi! 

*Meet & Greet times and locations are subject to change. Please call ahead for updates.

Have a Question for Radley Rex?

Email me at radleyrex@washingtonpavilion.org.

Be Social and Share Photos with Radley Rex! 

Share your Radley Rex photos on social media using the hashtag #RadleyRex. 

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Dinosaur Discovery

Dinosaur Discovery

Step back into prehistoric times and meet dinosaurs like the Dakotaraptors, the Pterosaur, Triceratops and others.

Spinosauri

Spinosaurus Dinosaurs

Our Spinosaurus Dinosaurs reside near the southeast entrance to the Washington Pavilion, at the corner of Main Ave. and 12th St. by the Giant Car Lever. Come take a picture, but please don't climb on them.