Jurassic World: The Exhibition To Open In Melbourne

1 March 2016
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Offering a rare glimpse into the world of dinosaurs, Jurassic Park fans are in for a treat of epic proportions with a new, immersive exhibition opening 19 March in Melbourne.

Travel to Isla Nublar as a VIP guest and explore Jurassic World. The exhibition will walk audiences through scenes made famous from the Hollywood blockbuster films.

Come face-to-face with a Pachyrhinosaurus; visit The Hammond Creation Lab; stare in wonder at a towering Brachiosaurus; get a rare up-close look at the most vicious dinosaur of them all, Tyrannosaurus Rex; and learn all about top-secret projects currently in development.

Curated in collaboration with palaeontologist Jack Horner, the exhibition has interactive and educational elements drawn from the films.

Need to know

What: Jurassic World: The Exhibition

Where: Melbourne Museum - Carlton Gardens

When: 19 March - 2 October 2016

Exhibition viewing time: Allow 45 to 90 minutes

Entry price: Starts at$30 per adult (off-peak entry) and $18 for children (off-peak entry). Family passes available.

How to get there: Ask us about Virgin Australia airfares to Melbourne (official airline sponsor) and the best accommodation, tours and car hire deals.

Jason Dutton-Smith

I’m a passionate traveller and a first class nomad wannabe. I have a love for the written word and enjoy sharing stories that inspire travel. I like ordinary but love extraordinary. I’ll dance and sing karaoke to anything 80’s, will drink hot tea even if 40 degrees, love food and have a wicked sweet tooth. Architecture excites me, the window seat thrills me and anything aviation enamours me. I’m a perpetual dreamer who lives by Saint Augustine’s wise words – “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page”. My intention is to read War and Peace!