The true-to-life models gave guests the full Jurassic experience with roaring, spitting and snarling as visitors explored the animatronic experience. Agency Weli Creative is behind the event, which features models of dinosaurs such as the Diplodocus, Pterosaurus and the infamous Tyrannosaurus Rex which stands at 18 metres from head to tail.
Younger visitors are being encouraged to pick up their brushes and become budding archeologists in the Excavation Scene, where a T-Rex skeleton lurks just beneath the surface, waiting to be discovered.
Having visited London's Osterley Park, the models will now visit Bristol, Manchester, Blackpool, Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds, Birmingham and Nottingham.
More: A Dinosaurs in the Wild experience is set to open in June, and promises to combine theatre, theme parks and science. In February, Time Out and the Natural History Museum joined forces to host a late night after-school club for grown-ups.
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