Jurassic Quest is back in Spokane, bringing dinosaurs to life

Jurassic Quest is America’s largest dinosaur event, and it’s visiting Spokane this weekend.

The event goes through time, showcasing the time periods dinosaurs roamed the earth, from the Cretaceous period, the Jurassic Period and the Triassic period.

You don’t have to be ancient to attend, though. In fact, there is fun for the entire family!

They will have a variety of dinosaurs in attendance. There will be all kinds of dinos, ranging from baby dinosaurs to life-size dinosaurs. They have 80 realistic dinos to play and interact with at the event.

Jurassic Quest works with leading paleontologists to replicate real-life dinosaurs. These dinos can walk, roar, and interact with attendees like a real life dinosaur–but don’t worry–they don’t bite.

Attractions include:

The Largest Dinosaurs in History
Walking Dinosaurs
Baby Dinos
Fossil Digs
Dinosaur Rides
Exhibit Tour
Science Stations
Dinosaur Crafts
Face Painting
Dinosaur Bounce Houses
Bungee Pull

The event kicks off Friday and lasts until Sunday at the Spokane Convention Center.

For more information about Jurassic Quest, click here.

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