Realistic dinosaur show heading to OKC for a seven show run at the Chesapeake Arena

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Dinosaurs are roaming the earth again, making their way to the metro.

Walking with Dinosaurs, The Arena Spectacular will make a stop in Oklahoma City October 23rd-26th for a seven show run at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.

These life-size dinosaurs will take you back in time 245 million to 65 million years ago.

“It’s captivating because it’s so authentic,” said Spokesperson Terey Summers.

Walking with Dinosaurs is a production about the Mesozoic Era.

“There’s everything from hatchlings, the baby plateosaurus, the stegosaurus, the torosaurus, our brachiosaurus,” said Summers.

The smallest dinosaur in the production is Baby T-Rex, which is seven feet tall, 14 feet long and shockingly realistic.

Elementary kids from the Oklahoma City Public School District got the first look of the Tyrannosaurus Rex shouting, “Baby-T.”

Creators have put 20 Million dollars and six years of research into this show.

The proof is in the details.

The Brachiosaurus is 36 feet tall, which is about the size of a three-story building and 56 feet long.

Letting audience members see eye to eye with prehistoric creatures.

“We really get to see likely with significant accuracy what it was like for dinosaurs to fight and survive,” said Summers.

To purchase tickets, click here.