Jurassic Quest

Jurassic Quest, A Local’s Review 

Jurassic Quest is a traveling interactive expo that features life-size animatronic dinosaurs, hands-on activities, and other dinosaur fun activities.  We are sharing everything you need to about your visit to Jurassic Quest as well as our experience and tips.

Jurassic Quest


We recommend purchasing your tickets in advance.  You can purchase in person, but they are subject to availability.  Kids under 2 are free.

Ticket Options: Prices vary per location

  • Kids Unlimited Admission (ages 2-10)
  • Kids Standard Admission (ages 2-10)
  • General Admission (ages 11-64)
  • Senior Admission (ages 65+)

If you have kids we recommend unlimited admission.  This will give them access to everything Jurrasic Quest has to offer.

You can purchase tickets here.


Jurrasic Quest has a handful of activities to enjoy.  Activities include animatronic dinosaur rides, bounce houses (socks required), dino crafts, fossil digging, meet some dinosaurs, and more!

The event also includes life-size animatronic dinosaurs like Apatosaurus, Spinosaurus, T-Rex, and an incredible 50-ft-long Megalodon

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Stroller Friendly

There is plenty of room to bring your stroller.  This is a stroller and baby-wearing-friendly activity.

Snacks and Beverages

While they do not allow outside food and drinks most of these events have a small concession with a few tables to sit at while eating.

Concessions typically include snack food like popcorn, water, and soda. Vary on location.


Inside Jurrasic Quest is a souvenir/gift shop.  You can purchase balloons, t-shirts, and other Dinosaur themed goodies.

Recommended Ages

If you have a dinosaur lover they will likely love this at any age.  I do think kids ages 6 and under will have the best time whether they are dinosaur fans or not.

My 8-year-old has always loved dinosaurs so he had a great time but this may be the age cap I would recommend for this event.

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Our Experience

My kids loved this event.  They are big dinosaur fans so that definitely added to their excitement.  We stayed for about 2 hours.  I would plan on 2-3 hours if you go depending on how busy it is.

The velociraptor training was my kid’s favorite part at Jurassic Quest. They loved the educational part of the interactive aspect of it.

Jurassic Quest Fun

Jurassic Quest is an activity worth attending at least 1 time.  Especially if your kids are dinosaur fans.  Have you been or are you heading to it this year? Let us know in the comments!

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Kacey Queen is a co-founder of Nevada Moms

Kacey received her bachelor's in Psychology while cheering for the University of Oregon. They moved to Reno in 2014 and have loved it ever since. She is a dedicated homeschooling mother to her three children.

She serves on the board for Northern Nevada Health Systems, and Northern Nevada Sports and Recreation, and she is passionate about her community.

Kacey loves exploring with her family and finding family-friendly events and activities! A few of her favorite things include family adventures, exploring the outdoors, working out, local coffee shops, and dessert!