‘Jurassic World’ Brochure Reveals Dinosaurs, Attractions That May Disturb Small Children

Jurassic World is still nearly a year away, but images from a brochure for the fictional dinosaur-filled park popped up on Twitter Sunday. The brochure reveals a map of John Hammond’s fully-realized dream from the original Jurassic Park movie. Or, it could provide details for the nightmare that star Chris Pratt (Guardian of the Galaxy) and the others will experience?

The brochure images below posted by @jurassicp2k15 reveals a number of dino-centric attractions including the “T-Rex Kingdom” with feeding every two hours and a “Mosasaurus Feeding Show.” Both are marked as “May be disturbing for small children.” Visitors can also paddle their way down a river full of prehistoric life or walk through a bamboo forest that is full of revived flora and fauna. Obviously, nothing could possibly go wrong with any of these!

There are also various rides like the Egg Scrambler and the opportunity to get in 18 holes of golf with fully caddy and catering services when not fleeing dinosaurs. Best news of all, Jimmy Fallon hosts a video for the Gyrosphere ride, which is the first clue at the amount of brand placement that will be shoved into Jurassic World.

The Jurassic World images also reveal that there a special VIP band must be worn at the park to get in and around the various attractions. Expect that to play into the plot of the film.

In case you’re wondering about the tongue-in-cheek level of the brochure, it also states, “PLEASE do not tap on the glass, cross barriers, throw anything into the exhibits, make excessive noise, tease or call out to the animals.”

Jurassic World is set 22 years after the original Jurassic Park released in 1993. It stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D’Onofrio, Irrfan Khan, Nick Robinson, Ty Simpkins, Jake Johnson, Omar Sy, and Judy Greer. Director Colin Trevorrow is reportedly going with realism over CGI for the fourth film in the series.

Jurassic World Brochure Full Map

[Via ComingSoon.net]

Jurassic World hits theaters on June 15, 2015.