Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular at HP Pavilion
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The last date listed for Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular was Tuesday December 30, 2008 / 3:30pm.
I always park at the Winchester Light Rail Center in Campbell and take the $2.00 Light Rail to the Montgomery Train Station, and then easily walk across the street to SAP. So easy and an inexpensive way to travel.Kristi Yamaguchi and Brian Boitano's Golden Moment travel • Nov 03 2014 star this tip starred
The weather was sunny outside.. I wore warm clothing.Kristi Yamaguchi and Brian Boitano's Golden Moment dress • Nov 03 2014 star this tip starred
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Walking with Dinosaurs made for a fun afternoon. The dinosaurs were realistic, and the sound effects were great. I think it would be scary for little kids, but the eight-and-up set seemed to really enjoy it. I don't know that it would have been...continued
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After years of planning, the award-winning BBC TV series “Walking with Dinosaurs” comes to life in a stunning theatrical event. Internationally renowned designers have worked with scientists to create 15 life-size dinosaurs, including that terror of the ancient terrain, Tyrannosaurus Rex!
Be amazed and thrilled as the greatest creatures ever to walk the earth return before your eyes. The biggest dinosaurs are enormous, with the adult Brachiosaurus standing over 40 feet tall. They represent state-of-the-art new 360-degree animatronic technology going beyond current techniques that have been developed for the film and TV industries. It’s a dazzling $20-million arena spectacle of unprecedented size and quality set to captivate young and old alike. Marvel at the story of their 200-million-year domination of life on earth. Watch them walk. Hear them roar. Be there as they fight for survival and supremacy.
About the Ticket Supplier: SAP Center at San Jose
SAP Center at San Jose hosts nearly 100 sporting events annually including more than 40 San Jose Sharks regular season home games. The building hosts approximately 150 events every year — including Olympic athletes, Grammy award-winners and a variety of family and children’s favorites that account for more than 170 event days.