The new Jurassic World Tribute Store in Universal Studios Florida has many screen-used movie props on display from all Jurassic Park films, as well as Jurassic World.
The Jurassic World Tribute Store opened recently at Universal Studios Florida. This temporary retail location is expected to remain open through the summer months, and features incredibly detailed themed rooms based on the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World films.
Not only can you purchase exclusive Jurassic merchandise and themed treats at this unique pop up store, but you can also get your photo taken with several dinosaur figures and even explore real screen used props that could be seen in the actual films!
The raptors seen in the Tribute Store aren’t from the movies themselves, but were actually created to help promote the Jurassic World film’s release in 2015.
You could’ve found them, along with the shipping container, at places like Kings Cross Station in London (the real London, not the one in the theme park).
There’s also a Triceratops head that can be spotted in the Tribute Store’s final room. While it’s unclear if this has been used in a film, many have suspected it might be the same one that was created for the original Jurassic Park film’s promotion and then used in a haunted house when Halloween Horror Nights took place at Islands of Adventure in 2002.
One room in the Tribute Store is filled with various props from the Jurassic Park trilogy, many of which are actually labeled as “screen-used.” This laboratory room is designed to look like the old abandoned Visitors Center.
Some of the movie props are integrated into the scenery, like these screen-used raptor eggs from Jurassic Park 3.
Other props are on display within glass cabinets, including a screen-used Barbasol can that Nedry was going to use to smuggle dinosaur embryos off the island in the original Jurassic Park film. This prop is the exact one you can see in the movie from 1993!
Props from the sequels can also be found in these cabinets, including John Hammonds cane and some of his paperwork from The Lost World: Jurassic Park.
Other props from Jurassic Park 3 can be found as well, including these gas grenades.
Replica props that may not have appeared in the movies, but were made to look like their film counterparts, are also mixed in with the displays.
While it has not yet been confirmed to be the original, the mural on the wall of this room is taken directly from a scene near the end of The Lost World: Jurassic Park.
While also not labeled, there’s a small camcorder that could be from The Lost World on display as well.
Other possibly screen-used props from The Lost World are littered around the room. When the film debuted, Universal Studios Florida showcased many of these items in one of the soundstages as a walking tour attraction, so it’s possible they have been kept in storage all this time.
One of the most impressive screen-used items on display in the Tribute Store can actually be found near the exit.
This full size statue of John Hammond was used in the filming of Jurassic World. It can be seen in the scenes taking place in the Innovation Center, near the entrance to the Genetics Lab.
It has been confirmed that this is the actual statue seen in the film, and makes for an amazing photo op before leaving the store!
Universal has not announced how long the Jurassic World Tribute Store will be open for, but they say it is here for the summer.
Don’t miss your chance to check it out if you’re a fan of the franchise, and don’t miss the VelociCoaster, officially opening at Universal Orlando June 10th.