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.

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.

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.

"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."

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.