Dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum – London

Age of Dinosaurs – Monsters from the Jurassic Age at the Natural History Museum:

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Age of Dinosaurs © Natural History Museum

London it seems is full of dinosaurs this summer. First, Dinosaurs have been Unleashed at the O2 Arena, and now the London Natural History Museum is to hold a major exhibition about dinosaurs this summer.

The ‘Age of the Dinosaur’ shows visitors what life on earth was like more than 65 million years ago in swamp-like Jurassic lagoons and Cretaceous forests.

Plants and animals that are now extinct and life-size animatronic dinosaurs navigating the mysterious places where insects, mammals and lizards once lived are some of the exhibits that visitors will encounter.

Age of the Dinosaurs is an interactive exhibition designed to take visitors on a journey through millions of years to life on earth with the gargantuan and now extinct reptiles.

The Natural History Museum is open daily from 10:00 – 17:50.  Admission is free except for major exhibitions such as The Age of the Dinosaur.

Getting to the Natural History Museum is easy on the London Tube. It is within walking distance of South Kensington station on the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines.

Exhibition: Age of the Dinosaur
Venue     : The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD
Dates      : April 22 – September 4, 2011
Website  : www.nhm.ac.uk

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