The GLASGOW Jurassic Encounter will host a prehistoric playground as part of a UK tour featuring a large number of dinosaurs.
The event, based on the Kinner Loop, will feature scenes of animatronic dinosaurs, including an 18-meter-long T-Rex that breathes. Agonodon’s fierce battle against Denonicus Petrosor who screams as he climbs the trees. The 15-meter-tall berchiosaurus is protecting its eggs and the 16-meter-long Diplodox is calling.
From tomorrow, October 17, families will be able to explore beautiful parks, where creatures roam around forests, gardens, ponds and paths, ready to roam or pass.
Children will be invited to climb inside dinosaur eggs, dig up dinosaur bones in a digging pit, taste the spray of delufosaurus and even ride on the backs of baby triceratops to become pathologists.
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Jurassic Encounter spokesman Naz Kabir said: “Dinosaurs have always embraced the ideas of children and adults, and the Jurassic Encounter will be a wonderful, interactive way to learn more about these fascinating creatures.”
Ticket prices start at £ 9.50 and advance booking is recommended. Walk-ups will be entered subject to availability.
Visit jurassicencounter.uk to purchase tickets.