A new dinosaur exhibition opening next month at London’s Natural History Museum promises to transport visitors back more than 65 million years to swamp-like Jurassic lagoons and the Cretaceous deserts, home to some weird, wonderful and now extinct plants and animals.
The Age of the Dinosaur exhibition is the museum’s major summer attraction and will bring visitors come face to face with animatronic dinosaurs, stunning imagery and interactive displays.
Georgina Bishop, Interpretation Developer at the Museum says: “Everyone loves dinosaurs, don’t they? And where else would you go to find out more about them, but here at the Natural History Museum?
“Complete with sounds, scenery, and scientific specimens, Age of the Dinosaur gives you the chance to really experience the land of these giants – a must for any budding dinosaur experts, young or old.”
The exhibition opens April 22nd and runs until September 4th, tickets cost £10 for adults, £6 for child and concession and £28 for a family group.
More details: www.nhm.ac.uk/dinosaur-age