Have you visited the Dino Explorers Zone at Wollaton Hall yet?
Offering a range of exciting activities and games, it been a huge hit with families since the exhibition opened in July.
Amid the ambient sounds of prehistoric earth and below swooping pterodactyl skeletons, families of children aged 12 and under can have-a-go at loads of fun and interactive activities exploring dinosaur food, fossils, footprints, and feathers, plus...
Located in the ornamental gardens – and easily accessible via the gates by Wollaton Hall’s main entrance - the Dino Explorer Zone is FREE and open daily 10am – 5pm (last admission 4.30pm). NOTE: On ‘special event’ dates – namely 21, 26, 31 August | 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 24 September & 22, 29 October – this area is only accessible via the exhibition, so a ticket would need to be purchased.
As an exciting addition to Dinosaurs of China we have Hunter; an animatronic ‘Sinraptor’ which is also one of the specimens in the exhibition.
Inspired by the Dinosaurs of China exhibition, entrants must be aged 11 and under with competition open to Saturday 30 September.
The television presenter and naturalist has taken to the internet to tell others how good we are...
The Guardian newspaper sent science reporter Susannah Lydon along to the opening weekend of our exhibition.
Nottingham culture magazine LeftLion have devoted their latest cover to our exhibition