My family and I have been to many dinosaur experiences. Many. And although Dubz isn't obsessed with dinosaurs anymore, he still adores them. And to be honest, the rest of the family quite like them. I mean, what's not to like?! Cool creatures that we'd normally be afraid of but are extinct so we can be fascinated without fear. And one of the newest attractions in London showcasing them is Dinosaurs in the Wild.
When we first arrived at the giant warehouse that housed Dinosaurs in the Wild, I wasn't sure what to expect. I thought it was going to be an exhibit of animatronic dinosaurs. But I was wrong. I don't want to give too much away (the element of surprise helps to make this such a cool experience).
And it is an experience. You're not just going to look at fake dinosaurs. You become part of a story. You go back in time and learn about dinosaurs. You watch them hatch, you see them up close and you can even feel their poo (my kids thought this was especially funny and gross).
I am honestly impressed at what a great time we had. We all enjoyed it. No one was bored. Not even my stroppy 10-year old daughter.
Dinosaurs in the Wild is a 10-15 minute walk from North Greenwich tube station. Tours last around 70 minutes and are on until the 31 July. Book your tickets here.