19bDinosaurs will be taking over the Crown Complex from June 17 through 19. Jurassic Quest, the “biggest and best dinosaur show in the land,” comes to Fayetteville with a full range of prehistoric creatures for all ages.
Jurassic Quest’s website states they have full-sized dinosaurs throughout the exhibit, including a tyrannosaurus rex, a 50-foot megalodon and a spinosaurus. Guests can also interact with several juvenile dinosaurs running around the tour.

Kids can ride triceratops, play in one of the many inflatables or create crafts. A dino dig is set up for those wishing to try their hand at being a paleontologist. Baby dinosaurs are also a popular attraction, according to the Jurassic Quest website. Guests can hold the baby dinos and take photos with them.

Jurassic Quest is a self-guided, interactive tour. According to the website, it takes one to two hours to fully enjoy the whole experience. There are two types of tickets for kids. The standard ticket includes exploring the exhibit, arts and crafts and a walking dinosaur show. All rides and bouncy houses would require additional purchases of activity tickets. An unlimited ticket gives children access to all the rides and attractions within the exhibit without any extra cost. Adult tickets only come in standard, as many of the rides are built for kids only. Kids’ tickets are for ages 2 to 12.

Tickets cost $25.50 for a kids’ standard and $40.50 for a kids’ unlimited. Adult tickets are $25.50. Military, police and first responders can get a discount on their tickets. Tickets are available for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and time slots have to be reserved. Tickets may be sold at the door, but the website recommends purchasing in advance and booking a time slot online.

Attendees can also add on quest packs as part of the Jurassic Quest experience. The quest packs range from the more basic Explorer Quest Pack to the more filled Trainer Quest Pack. These packs are purchased with tickets and include dinosaur-themed souvenirs and arts and crafts. Each pack contains dinosaur surprises. Visitors to the event can pick up their Quest Packs when they check-in for their tour.

For more information about Jurassic Quest, visit https://www.jurassicquest.com/. For tickets and more information about the Crown Complex, visit https://www.crowncomplexnc.com/events/detail/jurassic-quest-2.

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