A new outdoor adventure trail promises to bring over 100 prehistoric dinosaurs back to life using state-of-the-art 3D and augmented reality technology.

Due to arrive in Wythenshawe Park from Friday 23 July until Sunday 8 August, Dino Kingdom will bring families face-to-face with life-like dinosaurs that move and even roar via a fun and educational adventure trail. By treking through the park’s ancient woods, visitors will encounter 70 life-size, prehistoric beasts – including the fearsome Tyrannosaurus Rex and the giant Apatosaurus, which spans an epic 18-meters.

More animatronic dinosaurs can be found lurking in the park’s ponds, woodland and greenery, while an array of interactive additions aim to bring these amazing creatures to life like never before. An interactive 6-meter long dinosaur will teach children the inner workings of these Jurassic creatures, with internal, illuminated 3D mapping highlighting inner anatomy and giving kids the chance to learn about the biology of these mammoth creatures – from heart beats, to skin and even feathers.

By downloading the Dino Kingdom app, families can further navigate the site’s trail and uncover hidden secrets – with a playful AR tool giving kids the chance to design their own dinosaur and see it come to life right before their eyes. Meanwhile, show-stopping holographic displays will transport visitors back in time to an authentic pre-historic environment using naked eye 3D technology that allows you to experience what life would’ve been like living alongside these fascinating creatures.

Food and drink options will also be available on-site, alongside a range of picnic areas for a little alfresco dining. Advance tickets are available now priced at £15 per adult, £13 per child or £54 for family tickets (two adults, two children). To buy yours, follow the link below.


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Fri 23 Jul - Sun 8 Aug, 10am - 7pm, Wythenshawe Park,
Wythenshawe Road, Manchester M23 0AB
, £15 adult / £13 children / £54 family (2 adults/2 children) adv
Simon Bland
Published on:
Thu 24 Jun 2021