Attention, dino enthusiasts! An incredible Jurassic World exhibit is stomping into our city this spring and you’ll be roaming among life-sized dinosaurs.

This travelling exhibition has broken records in cities across the globe and “is the closest Canadians will ever come to dinosaurs,” according to the description.

It’s produced in conjunction with Universal Live Entertainment, a division of Universal Parks & Resorts, so you already know it’s going to be spectacular.

The 20,000-square-foot immersive experience is a recreation of the Jurassic World franchise, one of the biggest blockbusters in cinema history.

“Visitors walk through the iconic ‘Jurassic World’ gates, explore richly themed environments and encounter life-sized Velociraptors, a Brachiosaurus, and and the most fearsome dinosaur of all, the mighty Tyrannosaurus rex.”

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“Guests will be able to imagine what it would have been like to roam among these breathtaking creatures,” and even interact with baby dinosaurs!

That includes “Bumpy” from the popular animated series Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous.

The dinos will descend on the GTA in April for a limited-time engagement at Square One Shopping Centre.

This is the Canadian debut of this special experience and is actually one of several incredible immersive exhibits coming our way this spring.

Toronto is also the first city in Canada to welcome The Office and Stranger Things immersive experiences.

Tickets to the Jurassic World exhibit will go on sale to the general public on February 28th, 2023. Bu

Strap in and get ready to be transported to fascinating prehistoric times!

Jurassic World: Mississauga

Where: Square One Shopping Centre, 199 Rathburn Road, Mississauga
When: Starting on April 14th, 2023
Cost: $28.99 per person, $21.49 per child