From 23 July, there’s a Dinosaur Uprising at the Eden Project, and this year we’re welcoming beasts from land, sea and air in Cornwall’s biggest prehistoric invasion to date.
On land, look out for a pack of roving dinosaurs, as a fearsome T. rex comes face to face with a new opponent – a giant Triceratops. Or why not see if you can spot our friendly titanosaur and baby dinos – perfect for the little ones to meet?
Uncover the secret life of prehistoric seas and ‘swim’ with ancient aquatic creatures: are you brave enough to get up close to the majestic plesiosaur?
Don't forget to look up in our Biomes, where you may spot some mighty pterosaurs, the winged rulers of the prehistoric skies.
All dinosaur activities are included in the price of admission – save 10% by booking in advance online.
From fossils to the future Visit our new interactive Renault exhibit to find out about electric vehicles this summer; power up a Renault ZOE using interactive buttons and get up close to a Renault Twizy. It’s a great opportunity for kids and adults alike to learn all about the future of cars.
Make your own dinosaur Get in the mood for our invasion by making your own dino at home. Choose the body parts from our template and get creative with the decoration. Be sure to give your creatures a name and share them with us on Facebook and Twitter!
Relaxed sessions If your child has autism spectrum condition or learning disabilities, you might be interested in our relaxed sessions where they can enjoy Dinosaur Uprising in a calmer environment. Please note that booking is required for these sessions, and spaces are limited.
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