Warminster , UK: An amazing new interactive indoor exhibit, with a 13-meter-long Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur, will roars in action at Longleat from May 24th to September 3rd.
T. rex: The Killer Question, for sure transport visitors back to a time when dinosaur roamed the planet.
The exhibition is divided into seven scenes; visitors in the new feature take on the role of dinosaur detectives trying to answer the conundrum of whether T. rex was a predator or a scavenger.
This immersive 3D blockbuster exhibition is specially created by The Natural History Museum. The event features a fearsome life-size T. rex skeleton cast, amazingly realistic animatronic dinosaur scenes, depicting hunter and scavenger behaviours, as well as hands-on replicas.
“T. rex: The Killer Question is one of the most beloved dinosaur exhibitions the Natural History Museum has ever produced because it focuses on the fiercest, most terrifying and best-known dinosaurs of all times,” said Alex Burch, Head of Exhibitions, Learning & Outreach for the Natural History Museum.
This new exhibition at Longleat is part of the Predators season featuring series of animatronic scenes. It represents some of the most successful hunters in the animal kingdom including polar bears, great white sharks, lions, and crocodiles.
Online admission from £29.70 for adults and £22.27 for children (3-15 yrs). For more information and to book visit www.longleat.co.uk or call 01985 844400.
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