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Drive-Thru Jurassic Quest

Drive-Thru Jurassic Quest

Our exhibit has been transformed into an interactive drive-thru experience, featuring over 70 MOVING and ROARING dinosaurs, as well as our 50 - foot - long Megalodon! Although the drive-thru experience means you’ll stay safe inside your vehicle, you’ll still…

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Jurassic World Live Tour

Jurassic World Live Tour

Tickets are now on sale for Jurassic World Live Tour, an exhilarating and unpredictable live, family entertainment experience that will bring the wonder and thrills of Jurassic World to generations of fans in Metro Detroit. With unrivaled arena production quality,…

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Jurassic Quest

Jurassic Quest

Go back in time 60 million years and see more than 80 living, walking, breathing animatronic dinosaurs! Tickets sell out fast so don't wait! Jurassic Quest is the LARGEST and most REALISTIC dinosaur event in North America, & is now…

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Jurassic Adventure

Jurassic Adventure

Beginning Sept 14th– Jurassic Adventure will land at the TCF Center formerly the Cobo Center in Detroit, MI. There will be a range of fun and engaging activities designed to appeal to and engage all members of the family. This event simulates what…

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International Dino Day

International Dino Day

Celebrate International Dinosaur Day with Cranbrook Institute of Science by joining the prehistoric party at the museum. Enjoy hands-on, make-and-take activities, take a selfie with a Tyrannosaurus rex, and get the facts and decide for yourself if T. rex was…

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Dinosaur Toddler Time

Dinosaur Toddler Time

Toddler Time is a great shared experience for child and parent. A time for your little ones to discover the joy of being active, bouncing under the supervision of their parents, and without interference from big kids. Toddler time is…

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Doom Of The Dinosaurs Exhibit

Doom of the Dinosaurs Exhibit

Current scientific theory holds that a massive asteroid crashed into the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico approximately 66 million years ago. The aftermath of the impact was directly responsible for not only the extinction of the dinosaurs, but roughly 75% of…

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