January 8, 2016
We are delighted to announce that we are carrying out preparatory works for an amazing new experience for Port Lympne Reserve, Kent’s largest wild animal park.
They have recently announced that preparations are underway to welcome some epic arrivals, which promise to change the face of the reserve for the foreseeable future.
This Easter, to coincide with the parks 40th birthday, visitors will be invited to step into a Jurassic world as the largest collection of life size dinosaurs in Europe hatches, at the award winning visitor attraction.
Bob O’Connor, Managing Director said: ‘We’re absolutely delighted to announce the arrival of dinosaurs at Port Lympne Reserve. Not only will this be the largest collection of life size dinosaurs in Europe, each model will also be totally authentic and anatomically correct.’
Over 100 dinosaurs are expected to stampede into Kent as part of this new attraction, including favourites such as the T-Rex, Diplodocus, and Pterodactyl.
The new dinosaur attraction will be open this Easter and whilst visitors can walk amongst the giants of the pre historic age, a dedicated team of Rangers will be on hand to tell the story of the animal kingdom as it was millions of years ago.
Bob added: ‘I think this is going to be an epic experience, not only will visitors and students be able to learn and understand more about these impressive creatures but they will also be able to become amateur palaeontologists themselves, as they dig for fossils and even create their own dinosaurs to take home.’
For further information including opening times, entry prices and special events, please visit www.aspinallfoundation.org/portlympne