Experience a fun and different Easter Sunday at SM Southmalls with SM’s Dino Park

  • SM Southmall will be holding a giant display of dinosaurs from April through May
  • On Easter Sunday, visitors may enjoy a dino-egg hunt
  • SM Southmall will also be conducting Summer Camps for kids

Dinosaurs are invading SM Southmall this summer with life-size replicas and Palaeolithic-inspired activities like fossil painting and educational film showings of the world’s prehistoric creatures. Starting with an Easterrific holiday, the dinosaurs are making its way through the South’s premier mall with a giant display of creatures at Southmall’s Food Street Concourse on April 16 until May 26. Come in your best explorer costume and search for as many dino eggs as you can find by scanning QR codes to win exciting prizes at the South Jurassic Hunt. On April 21, or Easter day, customers will get to decorate their own Dino eggs and take it home.

For the rest of summer, experience a unique kind of workshop as we combined paleo-inspired glamping activities and art workshops wherein kids can paint on stones and make dinosaur sculptures out of soap or clay. Summer camp happens from April 20 until May 26, in partnership with Our Lady of Pilar Montessori Center (OLPMC) and Las Piñas Private Schools Association (LAPPRISA).

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SM Southmall will also treat its customers with roaring deals every Monday like free upsize from regular to medium DQ Blizzards and free 30-min play extensions at Kidzoona. Beat the heat and celebrate vacation season at SM Southmall. For more information, follow @SMSouthmall on Facebook and Instagram.


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