It’s a spectacular outdoor experience aimed at family audiences with more than 30 impressive installations of animated dinosaurs with electronic moving parts.
Using cutting edge 3D effects, animatronics, sound and lighting, the adventure will allow families to witness live dinosaurs as they have never been seen before.
Animatronics include arms moving up and down, tails swaying side-to-side, heads moving up and down, eyes blinking and jaws opening wide with roaring sound effects. It makes for an educational and entertaining Jurassic experience!
This is the first outdoor dinosaur experience of its kind, suitable for children of all ages. Visitors can explore the gardens and uncover epic life-sized replica dinosaurs from collosal tyrannosaurus Rex and triceratops to flying reptiles such as pterosaurs.
Children will be in awe of these animatronic dinosaurs as they blend into the paths, ponds, gardens, woodlands and greenery of the Botanical Gardens. Children also have the chance to dig up dinosaur bones in an excavation scene.
Along the Jurassic Kingdom route will be an education marquee for school groups and families to enter and watch educational documentaries about dinosaurs produced by the BBC on a large projection screen. Children and adults alike will enjoy a 30-min viewing experience and learn more in-depth information about how dinosaurs lived, millions of years ago.
The festival also has a handful of street food and drink vendors to keep visitors fed and watered as they wander through Jurassic Kingdom. A range of educational and entertaining branded merchandise will also be available for purchase within the retail marquee so visitors can take home a memento of their experience.
The event, which runs from May 20 until June 4, is open daily from 10am to 6pm with last entry at 5pm.
The event begins in London on April 1 in Osterley Park and then travels around the country to Birmingham as well as Bristol, Manchester, Blackpool, Glasgow, Newcastle and Leeds.