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Ride on Jurassic Park at Universal Studios Hollywood, California. The video contains footage of the line, que, other off ride shots and a new pov of the new refurbishment of 2010. Filmed with Sony Xr500v.

Jurassic Park: The Ride is a water-based amusement ride that is based on Steven Spielberg's hit film Jurassic Park and Michael Crichton's novel located at Universal Studios Hollywood. The ride was actually researched and built while the Jurassic Park film was still in its production phase. It opened on June 21, 1996. Duplicates of the ride have since been built at Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios Japan. A river rapids ride version of the attraction, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure, opened in Universal Studios Singapore in 2010, and will be opening soon in Universal Studios Dubailand.

The ride is designed to have the feel of Isla Nublar. Guests begin the queue by walking under the Jurassic Park Sign before waiting under an open-wall building. A tour guide appears on television monitors in the building, reviewing boarding and ride safety. She says, "Hi, I'm Gwen, one of your excursion hostesses here at Jurassic Park, and I want to welcome you to the river adventure. You will be placed in rows of five people each. Then the gates will open and one of our assistants will help you into the boat. As you enter the boat, use the rail for balance and the seat as a step. Help smaller children on board and, to be safe, place them in the middle of the row. And remember no smoking, no eating or drinking, and absolutely no flash photography. If you do intend to take photos during the ride, remember there is a good chance that you, and your camera, will get wet. Thank you for joining us and paying attention for all our safety requirements. Now, get ready to embark on the experience of a lifetime on The Jurassic Park River Adventure!" Other videos will play, withs some about the "safety of the ride" spoken by InGen employees, John Hammond talking about the dinosaurs, and music from the first film in the background. Guests are then split into two lines to board their tour boats for the ride.

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