What: Jurassic Quest comes to Cleveland
When: Nov. 2-4. Hours are 3 to 8 p.m. Friday, and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
Why you should go: Dinosaurs may have gone extinct long before we walked the plant, but that doesn’t stop the fascination with them and what the world was like when they were around. Jurassic Quest is an event that opens the imagination. The realistic dinosaur event has grown bigger since 2013, with over 100 total dinosaurs, including a life-size T-Rex and Triceratops. In addition to the life-size replicas, there are many activities, rides and exhibits for visitors to enjoy, including the new 24-foot Carnotaurus and T-Rex rides, which are the biggest rideable dinosaurs in North America. Break out the paleontologist in you at the fossil digs, and the paleontology and fossil stations. Enjoy a cinema, dinosaur bounce houses, bungee pulls, crafts, face painting and dinosaur jeopardy.
How much: General admission is $20. Seniors 65 and older are admitted for $18, and a children’s VIP ticket (ages 2-12) is $34. Kids younger than 2 get in for free. Find more ticket info here.
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