For the first time in Wenatchee, Jurassic Quest is treating visitors of all ages to a display of what they say is the world’s largest exhibition of lifesize, moving, museum-quality dinosaurs.
We checked it out on the first night last night and it was all that I’d hoped for and more. Immediately, the kids were greeted with a parking lot full of inflatable toys to play on to their heart’s content. There were huge dinosaurs to ride, bungee runs, and a fossil digging area as well. They even had some inflatable geared specifically towards the little ones too.
There was plenty of roof to dart back and forth between favorite rides and inflatables and, of course lots of photo opportunities too.
More treats awaited inside too. There were craft tables, science tables, concession stands, a movie room, green screen photography, face painting, and a surprise hit… a very cool display of real dinosaur artifacts. Kids and adults were more than satisfied with that.
One of the really big draws to the indoor part of the Jurassic Quest attraction though is dinosaur display. You can walk in and see a pretty impressive display of moving dinosaurs, equipped with great sound effects. It doesn’t take too much imagination to stare at some of those display pieces and imagine them walking around you in a jungle or forest. Looking around, the kids were mesmerized.
From top to bottom this was a first class event. The kids got to burn off some energy and have some wild fun on a generous selection of dinosaur related inflatables. They also got to go on rides, do some science experiments, and have their eyes opened to the wonderful world of dinosaurs.
Jurassic Quest continues through this weekend in Wenatchee at the Town Toyota Center. Tickets are available at the door as well as online at JurassicQuest.com.