Animatronic dinosaurs take over the TRAC

<p>"Return of the Dinosaurs"</p>

"Return of the Dinosaurs"

If you ever wondered what it would be like to walk around the Earth when dinosaurs were alive, you may want to head to the TRAC in Pasco this weekend.

The company Jurassic Quest is putting on an event called "Return of the Dinosaurs".

The main exhibit features more than 50 life-size, animatronic dinosaurs, including the stegosaurus, tyrannosaurus rex, and the ankylosaurus.

You can interact with the huge creatures, and learn about them - as there are informational boards describing each dinosaur.

But if just looking at the life-like creatures isn't enough, you can even go on a few rides, and dig up some hidden dinosaur fossils.

"It's super fun. Kids love dinosaurs, I mean, I love dinosaurs honestly. But it's just interesting, there's a lot to learn, it's cool to come and talk about and find out about because it's not your everyday activity" said Danielle Arnold, event manager.

There is also a dino-bounce area for kids, with several dinosaur-themed inflatables and face painting.

This is a traveling exhibit - it moves around the country, to a new city each week.

After this weekend, the exhibit will head to Tacoma.

The exhibit is open at the TRAC on Saturday from 9 AM - 8 PM, and on Sunday from 10 AM - 7 PM.

Ticket prices are below:

Adults: $18

Kids: $14

Parking: $3