PHOTOS: More Jurassic World, Jurassic Park, and Camp Cretaceous Merchandise Stomps Into Universal’s Islands of Adventure

It’s the age of the Velociraptor over at Universal’s Islands of Adventure, and with it has come a herd of new Jurassic World merchandise. With the impending opening of Jurassic World VelociCoaster, Universal has “spared no expense” with synergistic clothing and gear. Today, we found several new items that join the collection.

Jurassic Park Face Mask – $8


First up, we found one lone piece of new Jurassic Park branded merchandise: this new face mask. It’s available in sizes small, medium, large, and extra large.

Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous “Best Trip Ever” Youth T-Shirt – $20


Fans of the Netflix show Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous are in luck today because we found three new items. This youth t-shirt has a whole herd of dinosaurs alongside the words “Best Trip Ever.”


Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous “Dino Expert” Youth T-Shirt – $28


This youth T-shirt declares your status as a dino expert! It features the Ankylosaurus and a Camp Cretaceous logo.


Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Keychain – $12


This keychain has the Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous logo, the classic T-Rex logo, and an icon of Isla Nublar, the tropical island where the original park and Jurassic World were built. It can be found at Jurassic Outfitters in Jurassic Park.

Mr. DNA Pin – $14


This pin is the classic retro Mr. DNA logo that we’ve seen on new merchandise popping up all over Universal Studios.

Jurassic World Lanyard – $12


The new teal lanyard fits in well with the new tropical collection of merchandise. One side features both the Universal Studios and Jurassic World logos plus dinosaur silhouettes and “badges.” We found the lanyard at a merchandise kiosk in Port of Entry near Confisco Grille.


The other side has the logo for the “Dinosaur Observation Committee.” This committee has not appeared in the series; could this be a hint of what to expect from Jurassic World: Dominion?


Taking a closer look at the “badges” on the lanyard, they greatly resemble the badges of the U.S. National Parks. Here we see images with the Brachiosaurus and Triceratops, as well as a badge for the “T-Rex Mountain Encounter.”


A map of the USA declares itself “Raptor Country,” an arrowhead-shaped badge advertises the “Gallimimus Midwest Passage,” and the “Let ‘Em Live, Let ‘Em Roam” logo of the fictional Rural Dinosaur Conservationists of the United States of America. We’ve seen the Dinosaur Conservationists and the Dinosaur Observation Committee logos on a new t-shirt recently, too.


The “Raptor Chaser” badge, also on the aforementioned t-shirt, makes an appearance. The final new badge advertises the “Mosasaurus Beach Watchers Meuse River Lizard Club.”

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