The "How to Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular" is a new and exciting live show that will bring the magic of this hit Dreamworks movie up close to you.
This innovative show is traveling to cities around the world giving millions the chance to be part of the magic.
Brought to you by the same team that created the widely acclaimed "Walking with Dinosaurs" live arena show,
the "How to Train Your Dragon" show will take things to the next level by offering an engaging show featuring dozens of life-like and life-sized dragons from the Dreamworks movie.
Fans of the movie are sure to enjoy this show which features things not seen in the movie which are sure to please.
Explore the sections shown above to learn more about this show and when it will be coming to a city near you.
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