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‘Jurassic Encounter’ launches for Easter holidays and it’s just fifteen minutes drive from Harrow

Off the back of a sell-out UK tour in 2021, Jurassic Encounter returns with even more bite for 2022, and it’s just fifteen minutes away from Harrow

Launching at Cassiobury Park on April 2, the domino’s are back with a bigger, better and more roarsome experience!

Jurassic Encounter will see 50+ animatronic creatures from the Jurassic, Triassic and Cretaceous periods resurface in parks in London, Buxton, Glasgow and Cardiff. 

The event will feature two, life-sized T-Rex beasts, which roar and snarl at passers by. Other family favourites include Pterosaurs that shriek from the trees and a 15m tall Brachiosaurus guarding her eggs. 

The event will be open in Watford throughout the Easter period from the 2nd to 18th April 2022and makes the perfect family day out.

Naz Kabir, spokesperson for Jurassic Encounter, says: “Last year, thousands of visitors all over the UK enjoyed a day out with our prehistoric beasts, and we’re delighted to return for another tour in 2022. 

“This year we’ll have new dinosaurs, even more interactive exhibits including a VR experience and an education cinema where families will be able to learn more about these incredible creatures.” 

The animatronic installations will feature information panels, containing interesting facts about each dinosaur, ensuring a visit to Jurassic Encounter will be as educational as it is exciting.

And guests will be invited to watch documentaries about the period in the Education Cinema Marquee along the route, bringing the beasts to life and showing how they roamed the earth. 

An excavation sand pit will allow children to dig for their dinosaur skeletons and fossils, and learn how archaeologists discovered the extinct species of past eras. And a VR experience will offer the chance to escape into a different world. 

Food and refreshments will be available along the route and a merchandise trailer at the end of the route for children to purchase a souvenir. Guests are free to roam the park as they wish, and discover the animals lurking behind bushes and creeping through the undergrowth. 

Tickets start at £11.50 and earlybird tickets are available now for the London event. For a 20% discount, visit www.jurassicencounters.uk and use the code EARLYBIRD20.