Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous is RAWR-SOME!!! But hurry you only have until 28th January to visit before the dinosaurs become extinct!
From the moment you walk through the cave entrance you are immersed in a world ruled by dinosaurs. Featuring 23 moving, life-size animatronic models of the Cretaceous period – approximately 145-66 million years ago – this is a great exhibition for the whole family, one you won’t want to miss.
The science behind these dinosaurs is incredible, not only do they move, breathe and roar they also interact with each other.
T-Rex is always a favourite with kids, at Dinosaur Discovery you will find two monstrous Tyrannosaurus Rexes as well as a Spinosaurus, Styracosaurus, Triceratops, Ankylosaurus, Amargasaurus, and Megaraptor… just to name a few.
At each display you will find information and interesting facts regarding the dinosaur, as well as a touchscreen, if you press the speaker button it will pronounce the name of the dinosaur – great for some of those tricky dinosaur names.
There are a number of interactive games, a favourite for my kids was the digital dinosaur track – follow the footprints to the end to discover what dinosaur you are.
Dig for fossils in the large sandpit.
Get crafty and design your own dinosaur, then watch him come to life.
Or design, print and build your own dinosaur to take home.
Walk amongst dinosaurs on the big screen.
Discover how dinosaurs became extinct using the fun and interactive Dino Strike.
Try your hand at the Wheel of Meal gameshow to test your own survival
The kids will also love the different crawling tunnels. Playing with the large soft blocks and wearing dinosaur tails.
During the school holiday free story time sessions are running at 11am on Wednesdays and Fridays until 24th January.
If you are wanting to take home a souvenir, there is a gift shop at the exit of the exhibition with lots of great dinosaur toys, books, and puzzles.
Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous is on from Wed 20 Sep 2017 to Sun 28 Jan 2018 – 10:00am – 5:00pm.
The Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC) is located at 21 Mounts Bay Road.
Tickets can be purchased from the WA Museum website;
Adult – $25
Concession – $15
Child (3-15) – $15
Under 3 – Free
Family, (2 Adult + 2 Child or 1 Adult + 3 Child) – $70
Special Offer – Free Entry for Grandparents!
Want to keep the grandkids entertained? For the remainder of the school holidays, grandparents receive free entry to Dinosaur Discovery*!
Simply quote “Grandparents Go Free” at the Dinosaur Discovery or call 1300 134 081 to book your tickets.
*Free adult entry for up to two grandparents with a full paying child.
WIN! 1 OF 10 WA MUSEUM MEGA PASSESS
DO YOU LOVE WA MUSEUMS AND EXHIBITIONS AS MUCH AS WE DO?
To make sure Dinosaur Discovery exhibition goes out with a bang, WA Museum have prepared an amazing competition for you!
If you are lucky, you could win one of 10 annual family passes to our next five ticketed blockbuster exhibitions starting with Escape from Pompeii: the untold roman rescue, Horrible Histories – Pirates: the exhibition and Tom Vickers and the Extraordinary Adventure of his Missing Sock by Spare Parts Puppet Theatre and WA Museum. Each family pass is worth up to $500!
Simply visit the Dinosaur Discovery exhibition at PCEC before 28 January and complete your entry form. Be quick, the exhibition must close at the end of this month!
The winner will be drawn on 5 February and notified by phone.
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