New Jurassic World ride announced for Universal Studios Hollywood in 2019, replacing Jurassic Park: The Ride

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Universal Studios Hollywood has just announced Jurassic Park: The Ride is going extinct this fall, making way for a new Jurassic World ride.

Jurassic Park: The Ride will close on September 3. See the announcement video from Universal Studios below:


Here’s more info on the new ride, courtesy of Universal Studios Hollywood:

Drawing from the favorite elements of the original “Jurassic Park—The Ride,” this next-generation “Jurassic World Ride” will be a fully reimagined iteration of the ground-breaking adventure, elevating every facet of the experience. With the introduction of never-before-seen dinosaurs, enhanced storytelling, lush scenic design, an entirely new color scheme and uncompromised state-of the art technology, the ride will capture elements never experienced within a theme park.

Jurassic World ride

Jurassic Park: The Ride, which opened in 1996, is a water-based attraction designed to feel like a visit to Isla Nublar. Guests begin the queue by walking under the Jurassic Park entrance sign before boarding a tour boat. Along the way, riders encounter a variety of dinosaurs, including a menacing Tyrannosaurus rex.

“Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” hits theaters on June 22.


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    A good start is removing that awful lap bar. The entrance is so contrived that it’s not even believable. The first dinosaur on the left is so obviously fake. You can see the uncovered steel box cage beneath the water. The effects don’t even work most times.

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