Jurassic World Exhibition Roars into Toronto this spring
TORONTO, Feb. 27, 2023 /CNW/ – NEON, a global leader in immersive and epic experiences, announced today Jurassic World: The Exhibition is coming to the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Following the recent record-breaking engagements in London, as well as in U.S. cities Denver, Colorado and Dallas, Texas, this immersive experience will be opening in Mississauga on April 14, 2023, for a limited engagement at Square One. Making its Canadian debut, this must-see exhibition is the closest Canadians will ever come to dinosaurs!
Jurassic World: The Exhibition produced in conjunction with Universal Live Entertainment, a division of Universal Parks & Resorts ventures into a new type of entertainment by immersing audiences of all ages in settings inspired by the groundbreaking franchise Jurassic World, from Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment.
Jurassic World: The Exhibition is a family-friendly immersive 20,000-square-foot experience based on one of the biggest blockbusters in cinema history. Visitors walk through the iconic “Jurassic World” gates, explore richly themed environments and encounter life-sized Velociraptors, a Brachiosaurus, and the most fearsome dinosaur of all, the mighty Tyrannosaurus rex. Guests will be able to imagine what it would have been like to roam among these breathtaking creatures and even interact with baby dinosaurs, including “Bumpy” from the popular animated series Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is produced by Universal, DreamWorks Animation and Amblin Entertainment with five seasons streaming now on Netflix.
Following an initial launch in Melbourne, Australia, Jurassic World: The Exhibition has become a global success with close to nearly five million visitors since 2016. The Exhibition has opened its gates to excited fans in cities around the world including London, San Diego, Denver, Dallas, Chicago, Philadelphia, Paris, Madrid, Seoul, Chengdu, Guangzhou and Shanghai, and soon to open in Cologne, Germany.
Ron Tan, executive chairman & group CEO of NEON Global said, “It is indeed exciting that we are able to bring Jurassic World: The Exhibition to Canada for the very first time! With our recent win of the Best Visitor Experience Award in London and record-breaking visitor numbers in London and US, we are confident that Jurassic fans in Canada will be in awe at this immersive experience! Thank you to our partners for making this possible and I look forward to welcoming huge crowds to our experience.”
The Jurassic World franchise has been entertaining generations of fans around the world with thrilling and awe-inspiring stories and characters for 30 years – from films and TV series to video games and toys to live-action experiences and rides at theme parks.
Universal Parks & Resorts’ president of global business development, Michael Silver said, “We are thrilled to open Jurassic World: The Exhibition for the first time in Canada at The Square One shopping centre in Mississauga. The Jurassic Park and Jurassic World franchise have been thrilling audiences for decades and we are delighted to give fans the opportunity to see these magnificent dinosaurs up close.”
Information and Tickets
Jurassic World: The Exhibition will be presented from April 14, 2023, for a limited time in a stand-alone space at Square One in Mississauga, located at 199 Rathburn Rd. W. Tickets will be on pre-sale February 27, 2023, exclusively at jurassicworldexhibition.com/mississauga/. The general ticket sale will start February 28, 2023.
Admission to Jurassic World: The Exhibition starts at $21.49 for children (ages three and up) and $28.99 for adults (ages 16 and up). Family and group tickets are also available as well as special pricing for senior citizens and students. Timed-entry tickets are required.
For further information about Jurassic World: The Exhibition, please visit Jurassicworldexhibition.com. Follow along on social media Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and use hashtag #JWEXHIBITION to join the conversation.
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