A popular family attraction is returning to Duluth for a weekend of prehistoric fun this fall.

Jurassic Quest is a traveling attraction that features life-size animatronic dinosaurs including Apatosaurus, Spinosaurus, T-Rex, a 50-foot-long Megalodon and more. The dinos will invade the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center's Pioneer Hall from September 27th - 29th, 2024.

How Much Are Tickets for Jurassic Quest in Duluth?

Tickets for the event are on sale now and prices range from $22 to $36, the options include a general admission ticket, giving you access to tour the dinosaur exhibit, but all other activities and rides will cost extra, the "Kids Ultimate" ticket includes access to the exhibit AND access to dinosaur rides, Jurassic Jeeps, fossil digs, excavation station, dinosaur themed inflatable attractions and more! Everyone ages 2 and up needs a ticket for the event, ages 2 and under are free.

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Jurassic Quest has been traveling around the country for years, the event offers plenty of activities for dinosaur lovers of all ages, they say the average time to enjoy the attraction is 1–2 hours, there are plenty of things to do, but be warned, if you don't buy the ultimate ticket you might find yourself dropping some unexpected cash at the event, as most of the stuff to do is an extra cost.

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Tips for Visiting Jurassic Quest

I took my son to see Jurassic Quest in Minneapolis a few years ago, and he had a great time, but parents were frustrated by long lines for the bounce houses and rides, extra charges for certain things and the lack of organization, so parents, bring extra patience and money with you, you'll need it.

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