Our obsession with the prehistoric world means that dinosaurs are never far from the cinema screen – but what if you could get the chance to experience these unforgettable creatures up close? A new immersive exhibition coming to Melbourne in October, Dinos Alive brings the Jurassic, Triassic, and Cretaceous periods to life with an array of animated dinosaurs. Tickets are now on sale, and we’d suggest that you secure yours soon!
A globally-popular immersive experience that has roared its way through the likes of Seattle, Los Angeles, and Washington DC, Dinos Alive arrives Down Under for the first time. Melbourne will be the first to experience this wonderful window to the prehistoric past, which will delight and astound dino-lovers of all ages. Using breathtaking VR technology, animations, and realistic models, the experience is a jaw-dropping journey that will begin at the Fever Exhibition Hall located on Dawson Street.
Step into the past at Dinos Alive
You’ll be in the awe-inspiring presence of the biggest creatures to ever walk the Earth at Dinos Alive. Species such as T-Rex, Stegosaurus, and Velociraptor will come to life through cutting-edge animations, and you’ll have the chance to encounter other, lesser-known species in the dense jungles of the Jurassic era. If you’ve ever wished to truly walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs, the experience is a must-visit.
Dinos Alive makes for the perfect family day out, too. Whether you’re exploring sea giants in the experience’s breath-taking virtual aquarium, or using the latest VR technology to get up close to dinosaurs in their natural habitat, explorers of all ages will find something to love. Meanwhile, the ‘Budding Experts’ interactive space invites kids to become palaeontologists, with the chance to dig for fossils and even tame iconic dinosaurs.
Short of stepping into a time machine that whisks you back millions of years, Dinos Alive is the ideal opportunity to come face-to-face with Earth’s most impressive ancestors. Now that’s an invite we don’t advise turning down…