Join the adventure at The Great Dino Rescue, an immersive show where kids of all ages can experience the wonders of the prehistoric world.
Engage with dinosaurs so life-like they move and react to the world around them in real-time at the largest touring dinosaur show in the U.S.! The Great Dino Rescue is a fifty-five-minute prehistoric production featuring 14 dinos, mind-blowing special effects, professional puppeteers, and the most realistic dinosaurs around.
See the immersive experience millions of years in the making during The Great Dino Rescue at New Orleans’ Harbor Center on the weekend of June 16—get your tickets here!
The Great Dino Rescue was created by Jurassic Jungle Inc. Founded in 2019, Jurassic Jungle seeks to inspire curiosity and a love of natural history through immersive experiences. Jurassic Jungle is family owned and operated, and with The Great Dino Rescue they hope to encourage children’s curiosity about the prehistoric world.
At this engaging live production, you’ll follow the fearless Director Avery, her devoted partner Rien, and a group of valiant conservationists as they tirelessly battle to safeguard prehistoric creatures from the devious poacher Charles Kragin.
The Great Dino Rescue plunges you into a realm of exhilarating action, touching connections between humans and dinosaurs, and the unyielding spirit of collaboration and perseverance, creating a one-of-kind show kids of all ages will love!
“One of my sons was chosen to interact with one of the dinosaurs in the show and absolutely loved it. They snuck some cool Dino facts in so the kids didn’t even notice they were learning. The show was so fun and we will definitely be joining again next year.”
This one-of-a-kind immersive production features the world’s largest free-roaming dinosaur alongside the country’s best free-moving dinosaurs including the biggest Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops, Ankylosaurus, and more in a true feat that you truly have to see to believe.
The Great Dino Rescue comes to New Orleans’ Harbor Center from June 16 to June 18. So gather dinosaur lovers of all ages, get your tickets, and prepare to dive into the Mesozoic world without needing a time machine!