Jurassic World: The Exhibition | Source: Jurassic World: The Exhibition

The dinosaurs of Jurassic World come roaring to life in Jurassic World: The Exhibition — and they might just be stomping into your city.

Round Room Live and Cityneon are launching the exhibition’s North American tour in Dallas, Texas, on June 18. Produced in conjunction with Universal Parks & Resorts, the event will feature an immersive, brachiosaurus-sized experience complete with all of the action-packed elements from the Jurrasic World movie.

Indominus Rex | Source: Jurassic World: The Exhibition

Visitors will walk through the iconic Jurassic World gates and step into a prehistoric wonderland filled with life-sized dinosaurs, such as velociraptors, T. rex, and more. Kids can also interact and snap pics with baby dinosaurs, including the adorable “Bumpy” from the Netflix show Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. The exhibition features settings and technology specific to the Jurassic World movie, such as the infamous Hammond Lab complete with incubating dino eggs, a Velociraptor Paddock, and an Indominous Rex feeding cage, among others.

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The exhibition will operate in accordance with CDC guidelines, including social distancing and mask-wearing. There are more special surprises in store for those who download the Jurassic World Alive app. Kids who visit the exhibition in Dallas and open the game on their devices can find an exclusive, resource-rich incubator as an in-game reward. Players can also snap a picture or take a video of a dinosaur using the game’s AR feature and show it off to their friends!

Jurassic World: The Exhibition has previously opened its gates to fans in Philadelphia and Chicago in 2016 and 2017, respectively. This year’s exhibition will open at noon every day of the week through Sept. 5. Tickets to the Dallas event start at $29.50 for adults and $19.50 for youth, while kids ages 2 and younger are free with accompanying parents. For more information about this exhibition and to buy tickets, visit jurassicworldexhibition.com.