ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — Sunday marked the third and final day of Jurassic Quest in Roanoke, following a sold-out Saturday.
The attraction included more than 80 true-to-life size dinosaurs spread out both indoors and outdoors, as well as activities for all ages like riding a T-Rex, digging up fossils, taking photos with huge sets of jaws and more.
Organizers said they’re also excited to be touring with the aquatic exhibit.
“It’s just a really good experience for families to learn and have a good time,” said Show Manager Dustin Baker.
Jurassic Quest travels all across the county – and even to Canada – and will next be in Virginia on April 24 at the Richmond Convention Center.
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