Dinotropolis in Bluewater, Greenhithe offers birthday party prize to its 50,000th visitor
Fancy winning a free party for your child and 19 of their friends?
Kent's newest dinosaur attraction is preparing to offer just that with a roarsome prize to its 50,000 visitor.
Dinotropolis, the dinosaur adventure park in Bluewater, has been open for four months and has welcomed over 45,000 dino rangers and their parents through its doors.
As a thank you to visitors, the Greenhithe attraction says it is going to offer the prize of a free midweek party for 20 children to their 50,000th visitor who is expected sometime in the next two weeks.
Dinotropolis has animatronic dinosaurs, a three-storey dino jungle of soft play, racing with raptors and the chance to sneak past the sleeping monsters in the Dino Escape Challenge. It has become the perfect play area for children dreaming of being a dino ranger.
Billed as being both educational and fun, young visitors can also build their own volcanoes at the scientific sand table, paint and draw in the arts and craft corner and then bring their hand drawn dinosaurs to life on huge interactive screens.
Very tiny visitors are also catered for with a themed soft play area for the youngest rangers aged 18months to three.
For more information about the giveaway to its 50,000th customer visit the website by clicking here.
The winner will be announced, says Dinotropolis, in the week beginning February 18.
* Tickets for Dinotropolis start from £12 for an Explorer Pass that gives full access to Dino Jungle, Raptor Racing Run and the Discovery Cove. The Discovery Pass includes everything from the Explorer plus the Dino escape challenge for £15 and the all-inclusive Ranger Pass for £20 includes a meal deal in the Fossil café.
Tickets can be booked via the website dinotropolis.co.uk