When it comes to making plans for the future you tend to compile a ton of ideas.
What’s important is to remember what exactly are you looking for when making plans, especially family ones. Bringing the family together is something a lot of families do often.
With June headed out way, it may be time to surprise the kids with something special.
So, are any of your kids fans of dinosaurs?
If so, then I have some valuable inforamtion for you that you may want to stick around for.
Celebrate Dinosaur Day With Jurassic Quest
In case you didn’t know already, Dino Day is coming on June 1st! So what better way is there to celebrate than at North America’s biggest dinosaur experience.
Jurassic Quest, the nation’s largest and most realistic dinosaur experience, invites dinosaur fans everywhere to join the Jurassic Quest Great Big Dino Playdate in celebration of International Dinosaur Day on Tues., June 1, 2021.
To make the day even more Jurass-tastic, fans can get HALF PRICE weekday tickets using the discount code DINODAY for June 1 purchases only (until midnight ET), for any upcoming Jurassic Quest Drive Thru tour stops on sale.
Jurassic Quest Great Big Dino Playdate
Celebrate International Dinosaur Day with Jurassic Quest’s lovable team of dino babies and their trainers, who will host virtual play sessions every two hours from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET.
To join, fans will need to register for each session they’d like to attend at www.jurassicquest.com/dinoday.
Each daytime session will include about 30 minutes of family-friendly fun, such as dino storytime, show and tell, games and trivia, crafts, cute dino baby appearances and more, led by Jurassic Quest dinosaur trainer team members: Safari Sarah, Dino Dustin, Captain Caleb, Prehistoric Nick and Park Ranger Marty.
Cozy up for baby dino bedtime stories at 8 p.m. ET. An adults-focused deeper dive will cap off the evening as a can’t-miss for fans of the prehistoric, as Safari Sarah, Dino Dustin and the intrepid dino trainer team dish on all things dino from pop culture to the latest scientific research.
What’s interesting is that Jurassic Quest is here to help out as well.
Recently they have compiled 7 things families can do together to celebrate the day.
There’s so many possibilties for Dino Day, just thinking about it is pretty insane. Plus, even if you miss out there is still plenty of time to tackle the dinosaur experience.
Don’t Lose Hope Just Yet
If you miss out on Dino day, you don’t want to count yourself out just yet.
This summer, catch the Jurassic Quest herd of 70+ dinosaurs in person! More than 2.5 million people have visited Jurassic Quest Drive Thru, and the summer tour is kicking off, with more cities yet to be announced.
You can find a date that works best for you and your family!
During summer vacation you’ll one to have a memorable experience to talk about. Being apart of this tour can give you just that.
Here are all the tour date details:
- Boise, Idaho, Ford Idaho Center: through May 23
- Kansas City, Mo., GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium: through May 30
- Columbus, Ohio Expo Center & State Fair: June 4-13
- Pittsburgh, Penn. (Burgettstown) The Pavilion at Star Lake: June 4-13
- Detroit, Mich., DTE Energy Music Theatre: June 18-July 4
- Boston, Mass. (Foxborough): Gillette Stadium June 18 – July 11
- Chicago, Ill., NOW Arena: July 9-25
- Buffalo, NY: Highmark Stadium (Orchard Park) July 16-25
- Hartford, Conn.: Pratt & Whitney Stadium (Hartford) July 30 – Aug 8
- More cities to be announced – sign up with your zip code at https://www.jurassicquest.com/subscribe-now for preferred tickets and to find out when it’s your turn to visit the dinos!