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If you’ve ever wanted to experience the Jurassic World theme park, now is your chance — sort of. Take a walk through the iconic Jurassic World gates and come face-to-face with life-sized dinosaurs in Jurassic World: The Exhibition. Learn more about the immersive experience in this review of Jurassic World: The Exhibition.

A special thanks to Fever for providing us with tickets to Jurassic World: The Exhibition in Atlanta! As always, all opinions are my own.

Fans of the groundbreaking Jurassic World franchise are going to love this experience!

This immersive experience puts you in the middle of scenes inspired by the beloved movies.

T. Rex, Jurassic World: The Exhibition, Atlanta, Georgia

The exhibit features your favorite dinosaurs from the film, from Velociraptors to Indominus Rex to adorable baby dinosaurs.

Ready to enter the land of Jurassic World? Jurassic World: The Exhibition is currently showing in Atlanta, Georgia; Mississauga, Canada; Cologne, Germany; and Sydney, Australia.

Jurassic World: The Exhibition Review

In this experience, you are a VIP guest of the Jurassic World park, and you’ll get to meet dinosaurs and see behind-the-scenes of the park’s operations.

Your immersive journey begins with a ride on the ferry to Isla Nublar. Once off the boat, you’ll step through the gates of Jurassic World, coming face-to-face with your first dinosaur: the Brachiosaurus.

Brachiosaurus, Jurassic World: The Exhibition, Atlanta, Georgia

You can take pictures with the giant dinosaur, look through binoculars to learn more about other dinosaurs in the park, and read a little about the dinosaur-age.

Next, you’ll meet a Stygimoloch before heading into the Genetic Creation Lab where Jurassic World’s geneticists bring dinosaurs back to life. There are mosquitoes trapped in amber, baby dinosaur eggs, and even dino poop that you can touch.

Genetic Creation Lab, Jurassic World: The Exhibition, Atlanta, Georgia

From here, it’s on to the Raptor Experience! Blue, the park’s famous Velociraptor, will show off her training. Don’t get too close to the raptor paddock!

Velociraptor, Jurassic World: The Exhibition, Atlanta, Georgia

In the next room, the kids get a chance to become a paleontologist with their very own sandbox fossil dig. Here, you’ll also get to meet Bumpy, the baby Ankylosaurus from Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. You can pet Bumpy and take a selfie with her.

Bumpy the baby Ankylosaurus , Jurassic World: The Exhibition, Atlanta, Georgia

Moving on, you’ll see the Indominus Rex. It’s feeding time for this hybrid that has the DNA combination of Carnotaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, and Raptors. this is another dangerous situation where you don’t want to get too close!

Indominus Rex, Jurassic World: The Exhibition, Atlanta, Georgia

The next room features Gyrosphere Valley where you can sit in a life-sized gyrosphere display and meet a baby Velociraptor.

Gyrosphere , Jurassic World: The Exhibition, Atlanta, Georgia

You’ve come to the end of your Jurassic World experience — but, oh no, a dinosaur has escaped containment! As park employees escort you out to safety, you’ll have a close encounter with the Tyrannosaurus Rex, one of the largest meat-eating dinosaurs!

T. Rex, Jurassic World: The Exhibition, Atlanta, Georgia

Luckily, you’re able to make it out alive and exit through the gift shop.

What Was Great About the Experience

  • This is a fun experience for fans of the Jurassic World franchise.
  • The kids will definitely love it! They get to see the big dinosaurs, they’ll be wowed by them moving around like the real things, they even get to touch the baby dinosaurs, they get to dig for fossils, and the encounters with the big dinosaurs aren’t too scary. The kiddos will definitely think it’s all real.
  • They put a lot of detail into the creation, and the sets were really well done.

What Was Not So Great

  • While it was a great experience for kids, for adults it was just kind of mid. If you’re a fan of the movies you’ll like it, otherwise it wasn’t too exciting.
  • The gift shop is expensive, so be ready for that when your kids want to buy all the things!

Jurassic World: The Exhibition Details

Jurassic World: The Exhibition, Atlanta, Georgia

Jurassic World: The Exhibition is currently on display in Atlanta, Georgia; Mississauga, Canada; Cologne, Germany; and Sydney, Australia.

Ticket prices typically range from $26.99-$45.99 with your choice of Standard Admission or Flexible Entry Ticket. Admission is cheaper on weekdays, and there are discounts for seniors 65+ and students with a valid ID.

This is a family-friendly event suitable for all ages. Children under 3 get in for free.

The entire experience takes only about 45 minutes to an hour. However, you don’t have a time limit once you’re inside, so if you want to stay longer in any room or show, just let an attendant know.

Note: This exhibit contains strobe lighting effects, sudden loud noises, and theatrical fog/haze.

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About the Author

Paige Watts is a travel expert and author of What's With Atlanta?, a guide to the quirks and charm of the ATL. A life-long traveler, Paige is dedicated to helping you discover the best things to do in the Southern USA and around the world. Her work has been featured in The Culture Trip, Matador, Newsbreak, MSN, NPR, and countless other interviews and podcasts.

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