The destination, or a stop off, on a roadtrip isn’t always a permanent attraction or locale. Sometimes it’s an event.
With an eye finding something for the kids to enjoy, we stopped off in Wenatchee this past weekend. There, at the Town Toyota Center, was an exhibit known as Jurassic Quest.
Jurassic Quest is known as the largest collection of animatronic dinosaurs in the country. They put on a fantastic show with tons of things for kids of all ages. The dinosaur exhibit is amazing and includes all types. There are also versions of the dinosaurs that walk around and even baby dinosaurs held by trainers so they appear to really interact with the children visiting. Talk about some happy looks on their faces.
In addition to the dinosaur display, Jurassic Quest also includes an area where crafts and fossil making is done. There are also real dinosaur fossils on display which are extremely interesting and popular with older kids and adults.
One of the most popular parts of the exhibit though, especially with the younger kids, is the play area. Jurassic Quest has put together quite an impressive collection of inflatable attractions. There are obstacle courses, a bungee run, slides, climbing walls, and more. There are also large dinosaur rides and plenty of photo taking chances.
A family day out at Jurassic Quest can be a fun time wherever you find this great attraction.
The Wenatchee show was a huge hit.
They next go to Spokane from October 2nd – 4th.
Then Pasco from October 9th – 11th.
They’ll also be in Central Point, Oregon (near Medford) from October 16th – 18th.
Tickets are available at JurassicQuest.com