Cbeebies Andy Day roaring into Port Lympne's Dinosaur Forest

by Lauren Abbott

Sink your teeth into a fantastic dino-day-out with one of the country's top children's television presenters.

Andy Day from Cbeebies will be bringing his Dinosaur Raps to Port Lympne's Dinosaur Forest on Bank Holiday Monday. 

The prehistoric attraction will be playing host to live performances by Andy himself while also giving excited visitors the chance to meet him. 

Andy Day

Andy Day

Dino Day Out is set to be a bank holiday of Jurassic proportions.

And having joined in with Andy Day and his famous Dinosaur Raps, families can head on guided tours through the Dinosaur Forest where the Reserve’s very own Dinosaur Rangers will excite them with tales of these prehistoric beasts.

There will also be many other activities to get involved with including a chance to 'Meet Pete' - the fully walking, hot breath snorting, roaring realistic animatronic T-Rex, mask making, fossil digging and a Dinosaur Forest Challenge. 

Dinosaur Forest

Dinosaur Forest

With over 100 life-sized dinosaurs to see and the addition of augmented reality where the dinosaurs come to life, this is one day a little budding palaeontologist does not want to miss.

Dino Day Out runs from 11am until 4pm within the reserve. Entry to the event is included within the price of a day ticket, which starts from £18.90.

For further information and ticket details visit the Port Lympne website 

 

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