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Jurassic Park The Ride

The Ride is a water-based ride based on Steven Spielberg’s 1993 film Jurassic Park and Michael Crichton’s 1990 novel, Universal Studio in Orlando, Florida and Universal Studios in Osaka. , Japan. It was previously located at Universal Studios Hollywood in Los Angeles, California, where it was renamed Jurassic World: The Ride.

The ride was researched and produced on June 21, 1996 at Universal Studios Hollywood as the film was still in production. Copies of the rides were built by Universal Islands Adventure and Universal Studios as the Jurassic Park River Adventure in Japan. The River Rapids Ride Edition, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure, opened in 2010 at Universal Studios Singapore.


The ride was inspired by a scene from Michael Crichton’s 1990 novel as Alan Grant, Lex Murphy and Tim Murphy attempt to return to the viewing center on the inflated boat. Tyrannosaurus Rex, the boat chaser, uses elements such as two baby raptors (novel) / compsacnatus (pictured), a pair of tilophosorus on the riverbank, and a drop / ride (novel) on a boat from the previous scene.


Jurassic Park: The Ride Universal Studios opens to the public on June 21, 1996 in Hollywood. Guests who attended the grand opening of the rides included film cast members Jeff Goldplum, Haryana Richards and Joseph Massello. Steven Spielberg was also present at the start, but was asked to pull himself out of the gravity before the 85-foot (26 m) fall. On August 12, 1996, [1] Universal launched an online game called Jurassic Park – The Ride Online Adventure to promote riding.

Jurassic Park in the Dark

During Universal Studios Hollywood’s annual “Halloween Horror Nights”, the ride was temporarily renamed “Jurassic Park in the Dark”. Ecosystems near the ride Most of the lights in the building were turned off, and the ride was replaced by Guns N ‘Roses with the original soundtrack Welcome to the Jungle.

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