Discover Dinosaurs at Yorkshire!

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***Our show has now ended at York Theatre Royal, please check our events page for your next closest show. We will be at London Regent’s Park throughout summer so come and experience our London Dinosaur show then***

Are you looking for the best family days out in York?  Discover the best dinosaur attractions with the kids at Dinosaur World Live!

Become a prehistoric explorer at York Theatre Royal as Dinosaur World Live ROARS onto the stage.

Grab your compass and join our intrepid explorer across unchartered territories to discover a pre-historic world of astonishing (and remarkably life-like) dinosaurs. Playing from Wed 13 – Thu 14 June, come and meet a host of impressive creatures, including every child’s favourite flesh-eating giant, the Tyrannosaurus Rex, a Triceratops, Giraffatitan, Microraptor and Segnosaurus!

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DID YOU KNOW? 

This isn’t the first time the dinosaurs have visited Yorkshire!

In fact, in 2015 a fossil bone from Britain’s oldest sauropod dinosaur was discovered on a beach near Whitby, after it fell from a cliff face on the North Yorkshire coast.

The vertebra was dated to around 176 million years old, roughly from the Middle Jurassic period, after being tested by scientists at the University of Manchester.

Sauropods some of the largest plant-eating dinosaurs to have walked on Earth, just like our Gertrude here! Gertrude, like most sauropods, walks on all fours with a large body and incredibly long necks!

“It was a splendid surprise to come face-to-face with a fossil vertebra from the Jurassic rocks of Yorkshire that was clearly from a sauropod dinosaur. This fossil offers the earliest ‘body fossil’ evidence for this important group of dinosaurs in the United Kingdom but it is impossible to define a new species based upon this single bone.” Says Professor Phil Manning, who studied the fossil with his team.

Could it have been from Gertrude’s cousin? Either way, the dinosaur has been nicknamed Alan, after the man who found the fossil. Welcome to the family Alan!

You can read more about Alan here!