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Dinosaurs in the Valley is your chance to get up close to the most scientifically accurate life-size and life-like dinosaurs ever created. 

This exhibition is produced by Jurassic Park advisor and explorer, “Dino” Don Lessem, Rainmaker Films, and Ultimate Fun Productions, who have created the largest dinosaur events in the world. 

Dinosaurs in the Valley will make its world premiere at Pierce College on November 18 and will be running for a limited time with select dates through December 18.

Dinosaurs in the Valley is an immersive walk-thru experience that lets you get up close to over 100 life-like and life-size dinosaurs ranging from babies to some standing over 40 feet tall and spanning over 70 feet long.  This must-see event features massive sized creatures that are created with advanced animatronic features that are so realistic, you will think they are alive! Come face-to-face with all your favorite dinosaurs from Stegosaurus to Triceratops and the 40-foot-high Brachiosaurus. The walk-through of the prehistoric times also features the Velociraptor, made from the original Stan Winston mold for the first Jurassic Park movie,  dinosaurs from over 300 million years ago, and culminates in a 40-foot-long T. rex attacking a 30-foot-long Triceratops.  Dinosaurs roar, move their heads, necks, tails, blink their eyes, and even breathe, fart and pee!

The grounds of Pierce College will be transformed into the Mesozoic Era, as you take a journey through time with prehistoric dinosaurs from the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods, throughout.  Children dig for fossils, climb into giant dinosaur eggs, listen to dinosaur story-time, and participate in Dinosaur Dance Parties.  Premium activities are also available and tickets to participate in these premium activities will be sold onsite at the event.  Premium activities include face-painting, bounce-house inflatables, slides, dinosaur scooters, T. rex ATV and Jeep rides, and interactive photo opportunities that put you deep into the Land of the Lost Giants.

For those that would like to experience how dinosaurs lived at night, Dinosaurs in the Valley – After Dark, takes place after sunset. Guests walk through the dark haze and experience dinosaurs that are illuminated to show their giant size and features while providing a once-in-a-lifetime feeling of what happens when the sun goes down.  Lasers and lights will be showcased throughout, along with sights and sounds that are so realistic of how these enormous  creatures lived at night!

There is also a Sensory Friendly Session that takes place on Saturdays for select dates and times. This session will be an experience in a sensory modified setting with sound and light adjustments designed to be less stimulating and overwhelming for those that have sensory sensitivities.

This one-of-a-kind event will provide the best opportunity to see and feel what it must have been like when the world’s largest creatures roamed the earth! 

Timed entry tickets are available with entry every half hour. from 8 am to 8 pm. 

Tickets start at $24.99. Children under 2, military and veterans are free. For more information and tickets visit

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