“Jurassic World The Exhibition” is set to open in Philadelphia in the fall and will remain open until the spring of 2017. The exhibition will take place at The Franklin Institute, which is a science museum and the center of science education and research located in Philadelphia. Fans will be able to view the dinosaurs from November 25 through April 2017.
“Jurassic World The Exhibition” was inspired by the blockbuster movie Jurassic World, the latest addition to the Jurassic Park franchise. Jurassic World, which was released in the summer of 2015, raked in $1.670 billion worldwide making it the fourth-highest-grossing film in history.
Guests can discover the prehistoric creatures that ruled the earth for over 100 million years, from the first astounding sight of the 24-foot tall towering Brachiosaurus, to a riveting encounter with a life-size Tyrannosaurus Rex the experience is a fascinating and realistic simulation of an actual visit to the Park as seen in Jurassic World. Through advanced technology developed by Creature Technology Company, visitors can explore the wonders of Jurassic World as they take on the role of actual guests and tour the Park through lifelike re-creations of the iconic moments from the record-breaking global film franchise.
“Jurassic World The Exhibition,” which initially began in Melbourne, Australia, will have the same features as it travels to America. While at the Franklin Institute, visitors will get a closer look at giant robotic dinosaurs that are “set in themed environments inspired by “Jurassic World.” According to a press release: