A very popular dinosaur attraction is coming to New York. Jurassic Quest is making its debut this month.
Jurassic Quest is a drive-thru dinosaur experience that has actually transitioned to a drive-thru due to COVID. Now, it’s on the move.
The event will be conducted in the Metlife parking area scattered around the stadium. 70 moving life-like dinosaurs will be on display and they boast a 50 foot Megaladon as well. The event has previously sold out in entire weekends in Boston, Philadelphia, San Antonio, Dallas, and a few others.
The event will have an audio tour to coincide with the drive-thru. Kids will be able to learn about the dinosaurs as they relax in the back of the car. The event is $49.00 per car vehicle with a max occupancy of eight people. It will include a free photo of your vehicle transported back in the Jurrasic period.
There are areas where guests will have the chance to leave their vehicle but masks are required and stricly enforced. One of these is a baby dinosaur area. Ticket purchases must be made in advance at www.jurassicquest.com.
"Guests will witness their favorite dinosaurs move, roar and roam and have the chance to interact with baby dinosaurs and adolescent dinosaurs, including the T. Rex, Spinosaurus, Triceratops and many others."
This time guests will also get to experience the Ancient Oceans. An exhibit of the seas of the period.
Hours are from 11am to 8pm on opening day and then 9am to 8 pm the rest of the days. The event will be closed October 5th and 6th which is a Monday and Tuesday.