Jurassic Quest Migrates to San Antonio Sept. 24 – Oct. 3
Jurassic Quest, the largest and most realistic touring dinosaur event in the United States, is migrating to San Antonio, Sept. 24 – Oct. 3, 2021. Visitors will see species from the Cretaceous, Jurassic, and Triassic periods on display for a limited time at Freeman Coliseum. At this unique indoor experience, you can expect a firsthand look at what it was like to be among the living, breathing dinosaurs. Keep reading for fun dinosaur facts and a video of Jurassic Quest.
Jurassic Quest will display approximately 100 life-like dinosaurs at this epic indoor event. Each prehistoric creature was painstakingly recreated in every aspect with consultation from expert paleontologists. Don’t miss this opportunity to see your favorite species move and make realistic sounds. The dinosaurs exhibits are thrilling but not scary for most people. There is something for all ages at Jurassic Quest.
Dinosaurs were some of the most massive, powerful, and bizarre creatures to have ever existed, and they lived on Earth for more than 180 million years! Jurassic Quest has spared no expense in bringing this realism to life, whether their prehistoric predecessor had scaly skin, feathers, or fur. Did you know that most enormous dinosaurs ate only plants, and those that ate meat were usually much smaller? Find out how to buy tickets and other important details about this interactive event below.
Some dinosaurs may grow to be enormous, but they all began as eggs. Meet infant dinosaurs who hatched at Jurassic Quest and playful juvenile dinos displayed in realistic scenes. Another well know hatching animal, birds, are thought to have developed from these fascinating dinosaurs. Jurassic Quest is fun and educational because it teaches facts found in history and science. Shhh, don’t tell the kids they are actually learning!
Please watch the video below to see a few of the dinosaurs and activities you can look forward to at the San Antonio tour stop. Passes are available for dinosaur-themed rides, live dinosaur shows, interactive science and art activities, a “Triceratots” soft play area for our youngest explorers, face painting, bounce houses, and inflatable attractions (socks required). A green screen photo opportunity is among our favorite of the many unique experiences for the entire family. See all dates and times at the end of this post.
TICKETS & LOGISTICS
Tickets start at $19 at https://bit.ly/JurassicQuestSanAntonio or on-site and include a 100% ticket guarantee that in the event of a show cancellation or postponement for any reason, ticket purchases will be automatically refunded for the full purchase amount. Tickets are for a timed arrival window, and advance ticket purchase is strongly encouraged. Guests can walk through the dinosaur experience at their own pace, and strollers are permitted. Some venues may have wheelchairs for use, but please contact the venue in advance to make arrangements.
General admission tickets include access to the dinosaur and marine exhibits, arts and crafts activities, and dinosaur shows. There are rides and activities that require activity tickets available on site for $5 each, or guests can upgrade to the Kids Unlimited Rides ticket (the best value for children ages 2-12). Green screen photography and face painting are available at a separate cost. Entry is free for children under age 2.
Event: Jurassic Quest
Tickets available online: https://bit.ly/JurassicQuestSanAntonio
Cost for Entry (OFFPEAK / PEAK):
KIDS; ADULTS: $19 / $22
SENIORS: $18 / $20
KIDS UNLIMITED RIDES (INCLUDES ENTRY): $33 / $36
ACTIVITY TICKETS ON-SITE: $5
PREMIUM ACTIVITIES (FACE PAINTING & GREEN SCREEN PHOTO): $15
Offpeak hours are weekdays (all day) and weekends after 3 pm.
Free entry for children under 2.
Freeman Coliseum Expo Halls B & C – 3201 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78219
September 24 – October 3, 2021
Friday 3pm-8pm | Saturday 9am-8pm | Sunday 9am-8pm
Wednesday & Thursday 1pm-8pm | Friday & Saturday 9am-8pm | Sunday 9am- 6pm
LAST ENTRY IS ONE HOUR PRIOR TO CLOSING
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