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Jurassic World: The Exhibition extends stay in Mississauga due to popular demand

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Due to popular demand, Jurassic World: The Exhibition in Mississauga has announced its final extension, with new tickets and dates being released through to May 5, 2024, allowing visitors one last chance to explore the touring attraction before it leaves Canada. The release of new tickets extends over upcoming holidays, like Family Day and March break, providing the ultimate outing for dinosaur-loving families and cinephiles.

Inspired by one of the biggest blockbusters in cinema history, Jurassic World: The Exhibition welcomes fans to venture to the remote island made famous in the movie franchise. Visitors have the opportunity to come face-to-face with life-size dinosaurs and explore richly themed prehistoric environments that are sure to capture the imaginations of fans of every age.

Guests at Jurassic World: The Exhibition will be able to imagine what it would have been like to roam amongst these breathtaking creatures, and even interact with baby dinosaurs, including “Bumpy” from the popular animated series Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous from Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment and DreamWorks Animation. 

 

The life-size Ankylosaurus in the Gyrosphere Valley welcomes visitors to Jurassic World: The Exhibition. 
photo by Vito Amati
 

This 20,000 square-foot awe-inspiring attraction is the perfect adventure for dinosaur enthusiasts of all ages. 

Jurassic World: The Exhibition at Square One Mississauga will keep its famous gates open through to May 5, 2024, allowing visitors one last chance to explore the popular attraction before the touring experience leaves Canada.

This thrilling interactive experience made its Canadian debut in April 2023, and continues to attract visitors from across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and beyond. The release of new tickets extends over upcoming holidays like Family Day, and March break providing the ultimate outing for dinosaur-loving families and Jurassic World fans.

Visitors can come face-to-face with baby dinosaurs inside Creation Lab when they explore Jurassic World: The Exhibition. photo by Vito Amati

Jurassic World: The Exhibition – Just the Details

WHO & WHATJurassic World: The Exhibition is a family-friendly exhibit of massive proportions based on one of the biggest blockbuster franchises in cinema history. Visitors walk through the iconic Jurassic World gates, where they can explore richly themed environments inspired by the beloved films. Guests will come face-to-face with life-sized dinosaurs, such as the towering Brachiosaurus, Velociraptors, including fan-favorite Blue, and the most fearsome of them all, the mighty Tyrannosaurus rex!
Guests will be able to imagine what it would have been like to roam amongst these breathtaking creatures, and even interact with baby dinosaurs, including “Bumpy” from the popular animated series Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous from Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment and DreamWorks Animation.  
This 20,000 square-foot awe-inspiring attraction is the perfect adventure for dinosaur enthusiasts of all ages.  Visit jurassicworldexhibition.com for tickets! Jurassic World: The Exhibition is produced by NEON, a global leader in immersive experiences in conjunction with Universal Live Entertainment, a division of Universal Destinations & Experiences. 
WHY:            For more than three decades, Jurassic World has been entertaining fans around the world with thrilling adventures and characters in film, TV, video games, toys, live action experiences and theme park attractions. Jurassic World: The Exhibition immerses audiences in scenes inspired by the beloved films and brings together multiple generations of film and dinosaur fans.
WHEN:             Extended run tickets on sale now.
WHERE:        Jurassic World: The Exhibition199 Rathburn Road West (stand-alone space beside Square One Shopping Centre)Mississauga, Ontario

lead image Visitors walk through the iconic gates into the Land of Giants where they are greeted by a large Brachiosaurus at Jurassic World: The Exhibition. photo by Vito Amati

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