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The Greenwich Peninsula, London4.52 reviews

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Dinosaurs in the Wild takes you on the voyage of a lifetime. Board our time machine and your adventure begins – in seconds, our pioneering technology will transport you back 67 million years to see living dinosaurs with your very own eyes.

Ride across the jaw-dropping Cretaceous plains, where you come face to face with the most awesome creatures ever to live. Then visit an incredible research station where scientists are studying dinosaurs in the past. See prehistoric animals in cages, watch babies hatching, and witness an autopsy on a giant dinosaur. Learn amazing facts about dinosaurs – even plunge your hands into piles of poo to discover more about their diet! Be astonished by panoramic views of prehistoric life all around you, and witness mighty creatures like Tyrannosaurus and Triceratops roaming free in their natural environment.

Get closer to dinosaurs than you ever imagined possible – right at the heart of the action – and experience the fiercely competitive prehistoric world of the hunter and the hunted.

Departures: daily (except Mondays) from 10 February until 31 July, from our dedicated dinosaur tourist lounge at Greenwich Peninsula, London.

Additional Information

Age restriction

Children aged 2 or under enter free. Everyone aged under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Running time


Performance dates

10 February - 31 July 2018


Recommended for ages 5 and above.

Venue Information

The Greenwich PeninsulaThe Greenwich Peninsula, London, SE10 0SQ

Customer Reviews

2 reviews4.5

Smf12th April

Really enjoyed this. The crew were very good with the children and handled them butting in and asking questions great. I would of preferred it to be a little scarier but it was probably just the right amount of terror for my 7 year old who ran off to let his mummy be eaten by a T-rex.

Amy Rowsell12th February

An excellent adventure for all the family- our little boy truly believed we were back in time seeing real dinosaurs.