Visitors to ZSL London will find an added attraction until September with the opening of Zoorassic Park and its collection of dinosaurs.
Explorers will pick up their passports and take a trip via a ‘time machine’ to the Mesozoic era (about 65 million years ago), where ZSL’s tour guides will introduce a range of dinosaurs to visitors.
The prehistoric world is recreated and visitors come face to face with triceratops, the armour-plated edmontonia, the giant brachiosaurus to the tyrannosaurus rex.
Families are given their own passports for the time travel safari, which will take them on a journey of discovery into the world of dinosaurs, as well as learning all about the important work ZSL’s conservationists are doing to help prevent today’s animals from becoming extinct.
The fun trail for kids also includes fossil digs to explore and baby dinosaurs to meet.
To launch Zoorassic Park, popular TV presenter Andy Day presents a series of free live shows at the Zoo on the 22nd and 23rd July.
The trip into Zoorassic Park is included into the general Zoo admission and provides plenty of excitement for all the family. The moving models will entertain young visitors and provide plenty of information about some of the largest creatures that have roamed the earth. If you are thinking of visiting the Zoo, this is an attraction not to be missed.
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Visiting London Guide Rating – Highly Recommended
For more information or book tickets, visit the London Zoo website here
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