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Hold On To Your Butts - Jurassic World: The Exhibition is Coming Soon

Does anyone know a good place to stay in Philadelphia? The Franklin Institute is hosting the U.S. debut of Jurassic World: The Exhibition and it sounds amazing. The exhibit claims to be as close as we will get to being in the actual park (without the risk of being eaten by a dinosaur). The world premiere of the exhibit was back in March at Australia's Melbourne Museum. While you pack your bags for Philly, here are some of the things you have to look forward to.

Life-Size Animatronic Dinosaurs

Get up close and personal with your favorite dinosaurs including the Velociraptor, the Tyrannosaurus Rex and the Brachiosaurus with a sinus problem.

The Creation Lab

Find out about some of the real science of dinosaur DNA.

Feel like a VIP

You are a VIP visitor to Isla Nublar during the events of the 2015 film staring Chris Pratt. It doesn't specify if he will be a part of it, but let's all hope so.

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Expertly Designed Dinosaurs

Hold onto your butts ladies and gentleman, because these dinosaurs are going to be impressive. The Creature Technology Company that made the exhibit's dinosaurs is known for their work on Walking With Dinosaurs - The Arena Spectacular show. They teamed up with legendary paleontologist Jack Horner who was an advisor for the actual movie to make sure everything was as accurate as it could possibly be.

Gentle Giants Petting Zoo

Everyone else got ridiculously excited by that scene in the movie right? Because it would be the greatest thing ever to get to play with dinosaurs.

There is a lot going on at Jurassic World: The Exhibition, so if you live in the area or can get there definitely go check it out!


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