All Things Wild
Explore all about when these dinosaurs existed and get up close to the ever popular Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus & Triceratops that remain ‘Frozen in time’ in our Step Through Time Dinosaur Experience.
Walk around the Dinosaur Field or jump on our Dino Train (runs at set times daily). Explore the indoor Dinosaur Barn, which is full of fascinating fossils and even more Dinosaurs!
Take a ride on the Dino Land Train, which runs at set times daily.
This ride is FREE and takes you around part of the field where you can listen to the commentary and explore some of the most popular Dinosaurs! It lasts approximately 5-10mins.
Walk through ‘Monsters of the Deep’, our prehistoric CGI aquarium – look out for Ammonites and discover just how big Megalodons’ jaw was!
As you explore the Jurassic period, you will come face to face with our giant Megalosaurus and then attempt to hold the stare of our T-rex. Study our replica skull of Stan, the most complete T-rex skull ever found and examine our Triceratops skull.
Finish your journey in the Ice Age and meet our full size adult Wooly Mammoth, Smilodon and come face-to-face with early man.
An enjoyable and educational experience for adults and children alike!
Visit Evesham a picturesque, riverside historic market town situated in the centre of the famous horticultural Vale – the fruit and vegetable basket of England. Surrounded by the beautiful Worcestershire countryside, it is a town of great charm offering its visitors plenty of things to do, attractions and places to visit.
Eat, sleep and visit this breath taking countryside with the best places to stay, eat and relax in. Find the best restaurants, sleep in the best hotels and bed and breakfasts, discover what’s on in Evesham.
Visit Worcestershire a great destination for family fun with lots of attractions, great events and action-packed outdoor activities.
In the south are the Cotswolds and their enchanting stone-built villages and heart-lifting rural scenery. And to the west is the Malverns; dark, brooding hills that rise suddenly over the valley of the River Severn that courses north to south down to the Bristol Channel.