Dinosaurs will stomp into San Antonio in August at Jurassic Quest

Traveling exhibition returns to San Antonio in August

Jurassic Quest (Jurassic Quest)

SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio is about to go to the dinosaurs as a popular exhibit returns to Alamo City.

Dinosaurs will roar inside the Freeman Coliseum Expo Hall, located at 3201 E Houston Street near the AT&T Center, from Aug. 12-14.

Adventurers will be able to ride dinosaurs, dig for fossils, meet baby dinos, walk with dinosaurs and discover secrets of ancient underwater sea dwellers — including a 50-foot megalodon.

Jurassic Quest is a self-guided tour and the average length attendees spend exploring is roughly 2-3 hours.

More than 100 life-size animatronic dinosaurs will fill the halls at this touring exhibition.

Ticket prices vary by age and time of day you plan to attend and start at $19 for senior standard admission. Adult and child tickets both start at $22. Children younger than 2 are free.

Popular time slots have been known to sell out for previous exhibitions.

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