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Get the amazing experience of seeing over 100 animatronic dinosaurs come to life. Jurassic Quest is returning to David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh on February 10, 11 and 12, 2023.
What to Expect
Jurassic Quest has more true-to-life size dinosaurs than any other dinosaur event. Each dinosaur was painstakingly reproduced in every detail in collaboration with top paleontologists. These incredibly realistic dinosaurs are true in size and detail.
Each dinosaur has an animatronic metal frame. Layers of foam were placed over the frame. Motors inside every dinosaur are what make them move. The dinosaurs can turn their heads, swing their tails and some can walk.
You can take an Exhibit Tour. Go along with a dinosaur expert to explore the exhibit and hear all about dinosaurs, scientific findings and fun facts. Connect with your inner paleontologist, dig and discover a real fossil.
The baby dinosaurs love to be carried around and to interact with guests. Meet Tyson the Tyrannosaurus Rex, Cammie the Camarasaurus and Trixie the Triceratops. Pet, love and play with the baby dinosaurs.
Toddlers can pet and sit on baby dinosaur figures in the Dino Petting Zoo. Children 3 and under can roll around on mini dinosaurs on wheels for a fun ride.
Take a seat in the Dino Cinema and watch some entertaining and educational prehistoric films. Use the Green Screen Photography to make it look like your family is getting chased by a Tyrannosaurus Rex or riding a brontosaurus.
Kids can drive around on Jurassic Jeeps to feel like they’re leading the journey through prehistoric times. Kids can take a ride on the back of the largest dinosaurs, like the Tyrannosaurus Rex which is 10 feet tall and 24 feet long. They can also ride on the back of the walking dinosaurs. They can take a ride on their favorite dinosaur.
There are multiple bounce houses, a small bounce for the little ones, huge dinosaur slides, a unique bungee pull and dinosaur obstacle courses.
Are you looking for a way to save money on Jurassic Quest? Click here and you can save $6.75 (21% discount) on each ticket. Jurassic Quest in Pittsburgh sold out last year, so don’t delay.