Dinosaurs in the Wild is an exhilarating live-action adventure in which you and your class travel back in time to witness living dinosaurs and experience what life was really like 67 million years ago. You’ll be transported back to our research station, TimeBase 67, to see scientists at work as they study dinosaurs. Pupils can ask questions as they explore the laboratories there, and the experience culminates with a 360-degree view of these majestic creatures in their natural environment.
Dinosaurs in the Wild is a new time-travelling educational adventure that whisks visitors back 67 million years to an incredible research station, TimeBase 67, where they come face-to-face with living dinosaurs. Dr Darren Naish - zoologist, author and illustrator - explains how the show uses the most recent discoveries in palaeontology to create a truly immersive experience for Primary school pupils.
The creators behind new immersive live-action adventure Dinosaurs in the Wild have given educators a sneak preview of the extraordinary sets and special effects that will officially open to the public in June.