Jurassic World's setup is much like it is in the movie. You are treated as a visitor in the dinosaur park. The process starts in a small room (to help subtly limit the size of groups touring the "park"). There's a video by your "guide" and you're given the background story of how the park came to be. It's a nice recap if you've seen the Jurassic movies or if you're a newcomer.
After the intro class, you are released into Jurassic World! You're greeted almost immediately by an oversized animatronic dinosaur about 30 feet high. He dives his nose toward the crowd. The details and the colors of the dinosaur itself as well as the lighting, sound effects, and surrounding vegetation, all contribute to making this animal come to life. This is just the beginning of the adventure!
Smoke machines adding to the allure, you'll be steered around twists and turns, meet friendly dinosaurs that dance in cages, take a close up look of newborn dino hatchlings, and maybe even get attacked by a giant T-Rex! You are transcended beyond the concrete walls of a museum and immersed in an "outdoor" thrill, learning and playing with the blurry line between the scientific history of the world and the interpreted history from the makers of the film.
I would highly recommend this for individuals, couples, and families. The museum has about a dozen permanent exhibits and is appropriate for all playful minds. You can read more about the Jurassic World: The Exhibition here. Or, if you're looking for more information on all of the running exhibitions, just go here.
And if you want someone to go with you, try contacting me. ;)
P.S. Here's a video of one of the dinosaurs I met!