- By Debbie Emery
It’s been 65 million years since dinosaurs became extinct and 28 years since Jurassic Park stomped into movie theaters. Now the dinosaurs are back — and this time they’re taking over the Rose Bowl in the new monster-sized drive-through experience, Jurassic Quest. The interactive adventure will take advantage of the Rose Bowl’s huge parking lots as 70 moving, life-like dinosaurs will roar and roam while guests marvel from the safety of their cars. Be sure to keep an eye out for the 50 foot-long Megalodon … and beware of the 80 foot-long Spinosaurus’ swinging tail as it could swipe off a side mirror. While dinosaurs once ruled the entire earth, the Jurassic Quest Drive Thru national tour comes to L.A. after prior stops in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, San Antonio, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Detroit, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Ft. Lauderdale and Houston.
Along with marveling at the majestic beasts, guests can follow along on with an audio tour (in English and Spanish) curated by paleontologists, who also ensured that every movement of the dinosaurs is authentic. Everyone gets the chance to commemorate their visit back in time with a safari-style photo of your group in a Jurassic setting and brag that “We Survived Jurassic Quest 2020!”
Rose Bowl Jan 15-31st, then Orange County in February. Click here for tickets.