Ancient History Comes Alive
Dinosaurs of Jurassic Quest stomp into Fort Worth for the first time
Jurassic Quest, which features the nation's largest herd of photorealistic dinosaurs, will come to Fort Worth Convention Center for one weekend only on April 1-3, the first time the exhibition has come to the city.
Jurassic Quest, which has been around since 2013, has paid yearly visits to Fair Park in Dallas since 2014, even adapting to an outdoor exhibit in 2020.
Now back indoors, it will head west to show off its lifelike dinosaurs, dinosaur-themed rides and attractions, live dinosaur shows, interactive science and art activities, a “Triceratots” soft play area, bounce houses and inflatable attractions, photo opportunities, and more.
According to a release, a new option this year will be The Quest, an educational and entertaining journey through the Jurassic. The Quest is an interactive adventure where guests will meet dinos and prehistoric sea creatures, take a unique Dino Snap, search for fossils, watch a live Raptor Training Experience, and more. The Quest is included with general admission.
The exhibition takes visitors through the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods, and also dives deep into the “Ancient Oceans” exhibit where visitors can come face to face with the largest apex predator that ever existed — a moving, life-size, 50-foot-long megalodon.
Tickets for Jurassic Quest range from $19 for seniors to $22 for kids and adults, with a kids' unlimited rides option available for $36. Tickets are for a timed arrival window, so advance ticket purchase on the website is encouraged.