Are you a fan of Jurassic Park or are you fascinated by the prehistoric world? Are you curious to find out how these ancient creatures roamed the earth millions of years ago? Then you’ll love the interactive exhibit that brings you face-to-face with dinosaurs, masterfully represented in Lego. This show free is held at the Horniman Museum until October 29.
The exhibition is a journey through the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, where you will have the opportunity to learn about the life of these amazing creatures, their habitats and their behavior. But that’s not all: hands-on activities offer something for every member of the family.
Explore the Prehistoric World
Enter the exhibit and feel transported back in time to the time of the dinosaurs. The exhibit features life-size models of some of the most iconic dinosaur species, such as the mighty T-Rex and the long-necked Diplodocus. These models are made entirely from Lego bricks, giving visitors a unique perspective on the size and scale of these prehistoric giantesses.
Additionally, visitors can also see some lesser-known species, such as the small predator Masiakasaurus and the swampy crocodile Sarcosuchus. Each model has been carefully constructed using Lego bricks to create a realistic representation of the dinosaur, complete with intricate details such as feathers and scales.
Build Your Own Dinosaur
After exploring the exhibit, visitors can get hands-on and build their own dinosaur using Lego bricks. Children and adults will enjoy creating their own prehistoric creature.
Whether you choose to build a T-Rex, Triceratops or Stegosaurus, the possibilities are endless. The activity is both educational and fun, making it perfect for spending time with family and friends.
Discover the Fossils
No dinosaur exhibit is complete without digging up the fossils. Visitors can channel their inner paleontologist and search for fossils hidden in a sandbox. This interactive activity is fun and educational, allowing visitors to learn about the fossilization process and the work of paleontologists.
The exhibit is an incredible experience for anyone interested in the prehistoric world. The combination of life-size Lego models, hands-on activities and educational information make it a great opportunity for families, school groups and dinosaur enthusiasts.