Jurassic Park Ride at Universal Studios Hollywood Goes Extinct – Now for Jurassic World

Life always finds a way. Life, in this case, refers Universal Studios’ uncanny ability to thrill guests with daring drops, tight turns and spectacular special effects.

It appears all that and more will be on display with the new Jurassic World ride set to open in 2019 at Universal Studios Hollywood.

With the release of the latest movie in the Jurassic Park franchise, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, set for June 22, dino-fever is at an all time high.

The 22-year-old Jurassic Park attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood closes in September to make way for Jurassic World Ride. (Universal Studios Hollywood)

Universal’s latest ride boasts “colossal, dimensional dinosaurs” in a technologically-advanced epic experience suited for casual and hardcore fans of the franchise alike.


A Thrilling Franchise Continued

The theme park’s first three Jurassic Park rides opened in 1996 at Universal Studios Hollywood, Orlando and Japan following the release of Steven Spielberg’s breakthrough first movie based on the novel of the same name by writer Michael Crichton.

Universal Studios latest ride is set to feature never-before seen dinosaurs, a rich storyline, and of course, the latest and greatest theme park ride technology.

You can check out the video released by Universal Studios today for a preview of what’s to come!

— Evan Gove