Jurassic World: The Exhibition will open its doors at IFEMA on November 17th, 2018. This exhibit submerges visitors of all ages in scenes inspired by the successful movie saga. Its last film, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was directed by the Spaniard, J.A. Bayona, and was a complete success.
The visit begins with a ferry ride to Nublar (Cloud) Island, were visitors have to cross the iconic Jurassic World gate to see the dinosaurs up close, some measuring more than 7 meters tall. Once there, they’ll also discover the Mini Zoo of tame giants. They can also visit the Hammond Creation Lab, admire the majestic brachiosaur, come face to face with a velociraptor and see the most dangerous dinosaur of all up close, the tyrannosaurus rex.
The exhibit includes interactive educational content inspired by real scientific efforts to study dinosaur DNA.
This exhibit was created in close collaboration with the prestigious palaeontologist, Jack Horner, and features interactive educational content inspired by real scientific efforts to study dinosaur DNA. Since its premiere in Melbourne, Australia, in 2016, Jurassic World: The Exhibition has received more than 1.5 million visitors around the world.