The Franklin Institute Celebrates “Jurassic World: The Exhibition”

Attendees had a chance to explore the Isla Nublar park, complete with informational exhibits, guides and life-size animatronic dinosaurs.

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Last week “Jurassic World: The Exhibition” opened at the Franklin Institute. Based on the blockbuster movie, the exhibition immerses its audience in scenes inspired by the beloved film. Last night the Franklin Institute held a party to celebrate the United States debut of the exhibit. Attendees had a chance to explore the Isla Nublar park, complete with informational exhibits, guides and life-size animatronic dinosaurs. There’s even a room where you can watch dinosaurs eggs being incubated and hatch. The exhibit runs through April 23, 2017.


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