Dino Live is returning to Royal Victoria Place Shopping Centre in Tunbridge Wells

by Lauren Abbott

Roarsome fun is being promised at a Kent shopping centre which is bringing back its exceptionally popular Dino Live attraction for the Easter break.

Some of the largest creatures to have ever walked the earth are stomping back through the malls of Royal Victoria Place in Tunbridge Wells from the beginning of April.

The event was extremely popular with young dino fans and their families when it first arrived back in the summer of 2017.

Dino Live is free to visit
Dino Live is free to visit

Dino Live is returning with a new selection of dinosaurs which will take visitors on a unique journey spanning more than 250 million years.

The free event will be open from Saturday, April 6 until Tuesday, April 23.

The interactive scenes located through the shopping centre will see the dinosaurs displays in environments which replicate their natural habitat.

The life-size animatronic beasts will be sure to captivate visitors of all ages as they watch them come alive, move, roar and even breathe!

The dinosaurs move, roar and even breathe!
The dinosaurs move, roar and even breathe!

Marc Burchett, marketing manager of Royal Victoria Place said: “We are delighted to bring this unique and exciting event back to Royal Victoria Place this Easter. After receiving so many

requests to bring it back after its debut here in the Summer of 2017, we have refreshed the displays with a brand new selection of animated dinosaurs for 2019.

"We particularly like the educational aspect that this event brings to our younger shoppers offering them a fascinating and engaging experience. I am sure Dino Live will once again prove a roaring success with kids of all ages this Easter!”

Dino Live will be open on 9am until 6pm Monday to Saturday, with a later close of 8pm on Thursday. On Sunday visitors can see the dinosaurs 10.30am until 4.30pm apart from Easter Sunday when the centre is closed. Opening hours on Easter Monday are 10am until 5pm.

Admission is free but all children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

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