Where is Jurassic Quest in Sacramento?
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — 6-9 at Cal Expo. The family-friendly experience includes more than 80 life-like dinosaurs, rides, live dinosaur shows and interactive science activities. Tickets are still available onsite and online for the timed event.
Does the Sacramento Zoo have dinosaurs?
Lucky for you, the dinosaurs at the Sacramento Zoo’s Dinosaur Safari exhibit are all life-sized and as paleontologically accurate as possible! Ready your cameras and explore the difference between Jurassic Park and real world dinos.
How many animals does Sacramento Zoo have?
500Sacramento Zoo / Number of animals
Does the Sacramento Zoo Have Lions?
After months of renovation, the zoo’s resident lion pair, Cleo and Kamau are back on exhibit in double the living space and closer than ever! African lions have been a part of the zoo experience in Sacramento for over 90 years.
Are there polar bears at the Sacramento Zoo?
Adak, the Polar bear – Sacramento Zoo.
Did you see the dinosaurs at Cal Expo?
It was opening night at Cal Expo for the Jurassic Quest attraction featuring mechanical dinosaurs and other artifacts. Dinosaurs roared back into Sacramento. It’s something many families have been looking forward to.
How many dinosaurs are in the Sacramento Zoo?
Experience the awe and wonder as more than 20 life-sized animatronic dinosaurs migrate from the Mesozoic Era to the Sacramento Zoo. Hold your ground against towering, 40-foot-long Tyrannosaurus rex and a pack of feathered Deinonychus. Watch a tender moment between a Maiasaura mother and her baby.
Did you see Jurassic Quest Open at Cal Expo?
It was opening night at Cal Expo for the Jurassic Quest attraction featuring mechanical dinosaurs and other artifacts. Dinosaurs roared back into Sacramento. It’s something many families have been looking forward to. “He’s been dying to come out here and get on the big T-rex,” parent Chris Williams said of his son.
What’s so special about the Dino Show?
The show also features some real dino fossils like a Tyrannosaurus tooth and Triceratops horn. It’s also a learning opportunity for families, and a way to escape our present-day pandemic by going back in time.