The iconic fossil of the largest T-Rex, SUE, who is centered in the lobby of The Field Museum, is now joined by an entire exhibit full of dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes. See them come to life in this cinematic, interactive and timeless journey and imagine yourself in a world full of the breathtakingly large creatures that once roamed our planet.



Jurassic World: The Exhibition

Dinosaurs have been a pivotal subject in a handful of movies throughout the years, most recently the Jurassic World franchise. Guests will begin the tour by entering into the training capacity, Raptor Paddock, and continue with two guides navigating them throughout the journey. Walking through this unique exhibit takes you to a whole new world, full of real life versions of dinosaurs like the long-necked Brachiosaurus, the bird-like Velociraptor, or the vicious Tyrannosaurus rex. Built with a well-known paleontologist, these reptiles stand up to 24 feet high and are the closest simulations to dinosaurs ever produced.



The Field Museum is a world-renowned natural history institution, known for its outstanding dinosaur collection and research. Blending science and the real world, guests are immersed into an interactive and educational exhibit, unlike any other. Some of the interactive components include sensory models to experience dinosaurs realistically, feeling a crocodile skin as a texture example, examining a dinosaur bone under a microscope, or listening to noises that would closely reflect a dinosaur’s dramatic roars. There is also a kid-friendly area where they can use creativity by mixing up their own hybrid dinosaur, searching for fossils, and much more.



Jurassic World

Based on the popularity with dinosaur movies in the last few years, the place that they have made in history museums and the toys that kids play, these pre-historic creatures are a phenomenon for all ages. The exhibit was created to not just see them on a screen or play with a miniature version, but to experience the overwhelming presence they had when roaming the earth millions of years ago. In comparison to other extinct creatures, these reptiles have continually been remembered throughout hundreds of generations, making them indefinitely timeless.


The Field Museum
1400 S Lake Shore Dr
Chicago, IL 60605
(312) 922-9410


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