On April 2nd, working in collaboration with Universal Pictures, we are hosting the first official Jurassic Park community meetup! The meetup takes place at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, which is where Jurassic World: The Exhibition made it’s US debut.
The Exhibition in Philadelphia has been open since November and many fans were left wondering where the dinosaurs will be heading next. While no official announcement or tour list has been announced, Chicago’s The Field Museum has today announced that they will open their paddocks this May for the dinosaurs of Jurassic World!
The Field Museum is filled with exhibits worth visiting including Sue the T. rex, the largest and most complete T. rex ever discovered! The dinosaurs of Jurassic World will make a fun and thrilling addition to the already exciting museum.
“This year, not only can you see real dinosaur fossils inside The Field Museum, you’ll be able to imagine what it would have been like to walk among these breathtaking animals in Jurassic World: The Exhibition.”
I had the chance to visit the museum and meet Sue last year – Chicago is such a beautiful city and I’m pleased to hear that Jurassic World: The Exhibition will head here next. If you haven’t yet had the chance to visit, rest assured the Exhibition will continue to tour the USA, hopefully hitting some of the larger cities.
Check out this in depth look at the Exhibition when it debuted in Melbourne last year:
Check out The Field Museum’s website for more information on tickets, exhibits and information on how to plan your visit!
Will you be planning your trip to Jurassic World: The Exhibition when it hits Chicago? Which other cities would you like to see the dinosaurs take over? Let us know in the comments section below, and if you’re wondering about our community event at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, tickets are now on sale with a $5 discount if you use coupon code OUTPOST!
Read the specific instructions at the link to ensure your name gets on the guest list, which ensures you access to the Jurassic World IMAX screening, the Dr. Jack Horner Q&A, the Velociraptor Meet&Greet and of course the early evening Exhibition!
Thanks to Joshua for sending this my way!