Hold on to your butts.

This fall, the Franklin Institute will play host to everyone's favorite prehistoric creatures — dinosaurs — for the U.S. debut of Jurassic World: The Exhibition.

NBCUniversal and Imagine Exhibitions will bring the exhibit to Philadelphia for a Nov. 25 start at the Franklin Institute's Nicholas and Athena Karabots Pavilion and Mandell Center, where it will stay through April 2017. The exhibit made its world premiere this past March at Australia’s Melbourne Museum.

Jurassic World: The Exhibition is a conceptual endeavor, with attendees being given the impression that they are VIP guests on Jurassic World's Isla Nublar during the events of the 2015 film.

Attendees will explore the constructed Isla Nublar park, complete with informational exhibits, guides, and life-size animatronic dinosaurs. And, yes, that includes the beloved Tyrannosaurus Rex and Velociraptor,  as well as a Brachiosaurus — the 24-foot herbivore that sneezed dino goo all over our heroes in the original Jurassic Park.

Guests will also be able to take a peak at the Creation Lab, where they can get an informational look at the real science of dinosaur DNA. Plus, don't miss the final battle between the exhibit's Indominus Rex and a Stegosaurus.

Creature Technology Company, which previously worked on the animatronics in shows such as Walking with Dinosaurs — The Arena Spectaculardesigned the dinosaurs using fossils and paleontological specimens as guides to create extremely lifelike models. The exhibit also enlisted the help of paleontologist Jack Horner, who worked as a paleontological advisor on the Jurassic World movie, to create the dinos and place them in environments inspired by the film.

"Paleontologist and exhibit advisor Jack Horner made his first discovery at the age of 8 and has not stopped digging since," Franklin Institute president and CEO Larry Dubinski said in a release.  "That is exactly the impact we hope this exhibit has on children and all visitors—[piquing] their curiosity and inspiring them to never stop digging, exploring and learning."

The exhibit's Nov. 25 start will bring number of animatronic dinosaur-centric museum exhibits in Philadelphia up to two, with the Academy of Natural Sciences currently hosting its Dinosaurs Unearthed exhibit through mid-January. The Academy previously hosted Dinosaurs Unearthed in October 2013 for its East Coast debut.

Individual tickets for Jurassic World: The Exhibition will go on sale begining Sept. 10, with pre-sale registration open now. Group tickets, which run $23.95 for adults and $17.95 for children, are available now.