Massive Jurassic Quest dinosaurs descend on the Duke Energy Convention Center March 25-27, creating Cincinnati’s Jurassic Park.
Guests can learn about Earth’s history by walking among giants from the Cretaceous, Jurassic, and Triassic periods. Working with the latest research from paleontologists, Jurassic Quest strives to ensure that every detail, from tooth size to coloring, is accurately represented in the creature replicas.
“The Jurassic Quest herd of animatronic dinos – from top predators to playful baby dinos – are presented in realistic scenes with some moving and roaring, allowing guests to experience them as they were when they roamed the land there. billions of years old,” reads one release.
Offering more than realistic dinos, Jurassic Quest offers experiences suitable for the whole family, including dinosaur-themed rides, live dinosaur shows, interactive science and art activities, photo ops and more, according to A press release.
Stop by one of Jurassic Quest’s dinosaur trainers to learn all about the hatching of different species of baby dinosaurs. Then, swim to the “Ancient Oceans” sections of the event to learn about sea monsters and see a 50-foot megalodon shark.
General admission tickets include access to dinosaur and marine exhibits, arts and crafts activities, and dinosaur shows. Additional rides, activities or souvenir photography are available at a separate cost.
Advance ticket purchase is highly recommended as tickets are for a timed arrival window, however, visitors can browse the exhibits at their own pace.
Jurassic Quest is open from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. on March 25; 9am-8pm March 26; and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on March 27. Tickets start at $19.
The Duke Energy Convention Center is located at 525 Elm St., Downtown. Find more information at jurassicquest.com.
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