Dinosaurs Unleashed at the Eden Project
PUBLISHED: 10:30 11 July 2014
Adventure seekers can journey 67 million years back in time to the lost world of dinosaurs at the Eden Project, Cornwall this summer, the biggest summer event that Eden has ever staged.
Dinosaurs Unleashed runs from Monday 21 July turning visitors into true explorers as they track down and discover how these incredible animals lived.
In the Crater of the Tyrant King, you can observe the ancient and exotic landscape of the raw earth, the habitat of the frog, snake and giant centipede.
An incredibly detailed immersive experience promises to envelope you in a very close encounter with a Tyrannosaurus Rex, as it devours its Triceratops prey.
The Dig Pit reveals a fossilised Stegosaurus skeleton and at the Explorer Field Stations you can find out all about the explorers from the past and present.
A Dinosaur Exhibition in the Core explores why dinosaurs are endlessly fascinating, as well as being able to get up close with history by viewing real dinosaur eggs, a fossilised brain and a real T.rex tooth amongst other amazing pieces of dinosaur history.
First base for all explorers is at the Basecamp where you can learn all you need to know to complete the quest around the Eden site – but watch out, there’s a dinosaur on the loose.