Through out the event, there are tour guides, and staff that can help you out at each station. You are given a pamphlet at the door to help guide you along your adventure throughout the room. Are you able to complete all the tasks? On the back is a series of questions that can be answered as you go around the room looking and experiencing the different animals.One feature of the event, is, once you have a stamp, you can exit and enter the facility as much as you like. So for those that want to visit, then go for lunch and come back, that option really has a selling point with parents. There are a few venues that serve the basics like fries and hamburger to hot dogs all the way to mini donuts and Dino shaped cookies. Prices are reasonable for this type of event.
There is also a dinosaur store, in which you can take home many different types of souvenirs to help remember those moments. Items vary from t-shirts to growing crystals, toys and so much more.
The room I found was much darker than expected, ( granted I didn’t really know what to expect until I arrived) but it makes sense in order to see the displays and such within each “area” the creatures are placed. This could be somewhat scary for smaller children, so please keep that in mind with younger ones. They do have some big bouncy castles and such, so if Dino’s aren’t on the list for your kids, they can spend their time doing crafts and bouncing around for hours.
Overall Jurassic Quest is a family friendly event that, even if you don’t have a family and want to explore with your friends, you can learn a lot. Take the walking tour, where a guide will inform you of all the different types of dinosaurs and the world they lived in. Some of the craftsare pretty cool too. This reviewer got to take home a fossil she made while there that only took 30 mins, which was part of the regular ticket fee. GO, Explore, Have Fun!