4,500sf Jurassic Journeys on Land, Sea & Air
Tour our most popular exhibit: Jurassic Journeys on Land, Sea, and Air. Come face to face with carnivores in every environment, and travel across terrain with gregarious herbivores.
Stand beneath a ferocious Tyrannosaurus rex as it lowers its head to attack. Witness a pack of Deinonychus feasting on a Tenontosaurus carcass marred by lacerations. Catch a glimpse of the long-necked Elamosaurus swimming in the open ocean. Watch a Pteranodon soaring over the coast, while a Mosasaurus lurks in the shadows of the sea.
Then enter the land of herbivores. Search for plants to eat with the low-browsing Stegosaurus. Walk with a Triceratops and its young as they graze on North American vegetation. Hear a Maiasaura roar in joy as it and its three juveniles watch eggs hatch, then listen to the deep, raspy vocal calls of a Pachycephalosaurus preparing for battle.
Operate an animatronic hadrosaur using a remote control. Discover fossils while digging through the sand, and uncover fossils by rubbing crayons on paper-covered templates. Take a photograph riding a Triceratops or inside the deadly jaws of a T. rex.
This journey transcends all boundaries – land, sea, and air!
A ferocious T. rex prowls North America for prey.
The armored Stegosaurus leisurely looks for vegetation to eat.
A dome-headed Pachycephalosaurus readies for battle.
Maiasaura with Three Young & Nest
A Maiasaura roars in joy as it and its three juveniles watch eggs hatch.
Three Deinonychus & Dead Tenontosaurus
Three Deinonychus feast on a Tenontosaurus carcass after killing the prey with powerful slashes of their claws.
Triceratops & Two Young
A Triceratops and two of its young graze on North American plants.
A Mosasaurus lurks in the shadows, waiting to ambush its next meal.
An Elasmosaurus prepares to snatch unsuspecting prey.
A Pteranodon soars over the coast in search of fish.
Remote Control Hadrosaur (Duck-Billed Dinosaur)
Operate a robotic hadrosaur using a remote control.
Discover fossils while digging through the sand.
Uncover fossils by rubbing crayons on paper-covered templates.
Photo Opportunity (T. rex & Triceratops)
Take a photograph riding a Triceratops or inside the deadly jaws of a T. rex.