‘Jurassic Quest’ brings prehistoric biggies to town


Jurassic Quest is coming to the Washington State Fair in Puyallup from Dec. 7 through Dec. 9. Hours are Friday, Dec. 7, 3–8 p.m. and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8 and Sunday Dec. 9.

Jurassic Quest is an interactive experience that takes you through time from the Middle Triassic to the Late Cretaceous Era with the help of 50 museum quality and animatronic dinosaurs. Beyond the exhibit there will be lots of fun, engaging activities for kids of all ages. Your young paleontologist can get lots of experience seeing, touching, riding and digging up their favorite dinosaurs. Join this thrilling adventure and watch the dinosaurs come alive and out of extinction like never before.

Strollers are welcome and be sure to bring your cameras. There will be a ton of great moments to capture. Don’t forget your socks. Socks are required for the inflatables.

The organizers have added dinosaurs and elements that have never been seen before.

New to Jurassic Quest: huge 24-foot Carnotaurus and T-Rex rides (the biggest ridable dinosaurs in North America); 30 new dinosaurs to tally up to more than 100 total dinosaurs, including a life-size Spinosaurus, Apatosaurus, Triceratops, Giganotosaurus, Pinochiorex, Dracorex, Quetzalcoatlus, Anzu Wyliei, Ouranosaurus and more; new activities; new walking Dilophosaurus and Herrerasaurus; new walking dinosaur rides; new fossil digs, and new paleontology and fossil stations.

Jurassic Quest has been the largest and most realistic dinosaur event in North America since 2013 and is now even bigger. The exhibit features science stations, interactive baby dinosaurs and walking dinosaurs, cinema, dinosaur bounce houses and bungee pulls, crafts, face painting, green screen photography and dinosaur jeopardy.

For more information and tickets, visit jurassicquest.com/Puyallup.

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