See what everybody’s saying about Dinosaurs in the Wild!



Located on London’s Greenwich Peninsula, Dinosaurs in the Wild is set to take you on the most exhilarating time-travelling voyage of discovery to meet living dinosaurs! Board the time machine and your adventure begins – state-of-the-art technology and gripping storytelling from professional actors uncover the deep past as you join scientists at a jaw-dropping dinosaur research station, TimeBase 67. Prepare for a mind-blowing mix of theatre, theme-park fun, and the latest in 3D special effects and realistic animatronics to transport you on a life-like journey back to the Late Cretaceous Period, 67 million years in the deep past.

Exit the time machine and enter the TimeBase where never-seen-before laboratories await you. Here, you can expect to uncover: the incredible power of a T. rex’s arm; the sheer size of an Alamosaurus heart, and the biology of a ginormous Pachycephalosaurus as it’s dissected before your eyes. For those of you that love all things fuzzy and cute, The Hatchery is open to gawp at patterned dinosaur eggs, baby Triceratops’ still in their shells, and even fluffy Dakotaraptors! Afterwards, feast upon the panoramic views across the extraordinary Cretaceous plains from The Lookout, a spell-binding space that allows you to witness the majestic dinosaurs in their natural habitat – but be careful! An angry Tyrannosaurus Rex might just eye you up for dinner.

Dinosaurs in the Wild is a uniquely adventurous family day out that has been described by visitors as “thrilling”, “amazing” and “a little bit scary – but in a good way!” – check out some more of our intrepid time-travelers’ reviews below to find out why!

 

 

If that still doesn’t have you convinced, then check out this video to see what celebrities, including Chris Packham and Edith Bowman, are saying about Dinosaurs in the Wild!

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