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Crystal Palace Park Dinosaurs

Parks and Playgrounds, Outdoor
Profile iconAll Ages
Location iconBromley
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Dinosaur sculpture at Crystal Palace Park Dinosaurs in Bromley

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Attraction Information

65 million years ago dinosaurs became extinct. There are many animatronic versions of these amazing beasts that are situated in parks and attractions around the UK, however Crystal Palace Park Dinosaurs can do better than that.

This unique attraction is home to 30 full-scale, three-dimensional model dinosaurs built by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins in around 1854. It’s the first set of this kind that was ever attempted anywhere in the world and is now resident at Crystal Palace, giving guests a more historical and accurate depiction of this long forgotten time.

There’s a children’s play area and farm, where you can meet some real life furry friends and a fishing lake and maze to get lost in – for a short while at least!

Add another layer to your dino knowledge!

  • Learn about the history of the models
  • The park is English Heritage grade II listed
  • One of the largest and most significant parks in Britain

Opening hours

Daylight access to Park

Location

Address

Thicket Road,
Bromley,
Greater London,
SE19 2GA,
England

Phone number

0300 303 8658

Pricing

Free admission

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