Dinosaurs roar into Adventure Wonderland
Everyone is going dinosaur crazy at Adventure Wonderland, Dorset's multi award-winning family theme park, with dino-themed educational activities and attractions this February.
Horace the Pliosaur will be the star attraction, taking up 'roar'sidence during half term at the park, which is opposite Bournemouth airport, from Monday 17th – Friday 21st February. He'll be joined by Terrance the T-Rex who will be on his best behaviour as he wanders around the park giving visitors plenty of opportunity to be extra brave and have their photo taken with him.
Horace is a huge model of a 165 million year old giant, 35 foot-long sea lizard fresh out of the Jurassic ocean. He will be introduced to visitors by performers, with audiences being invited to explore Horace and help prepare him for the day, brushing his teeth and massaging his paddles, before venturing inside his belly on a cinematic journey full of slimy surprises! It will be a fact-filled, fun, family experience.
There will also be educational dinosaur games, puzzles and colouring. Plus, there will be a face painter on hand to turn the little ones into their favourite 'roar'some animal, super hero or princess (extra fee applies).
And, if the little ones are hungry, then the meal deal, featuring Turkey Dinosaurs, is bound to hit the spot!
Other attractions at the park over half-term include the maze and play area, Caterpillar ride, Charlie Cool's Cars, the Jabberwocky double-helix slide and Shetland World. Inside visitors can enjoy the weather-beating giant indoor Aztec soft play centre, Wild Thing! which includes Jungle Zap Zone, an interactive reaction speed game.
During the rest of February the outdoor attractions are closed.
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