Dinosaurs in the Park


Danson Park, Overall Site, Danson Road, Bexleyheath

DA6 8HL See map


Wednesday 22 May 10 am to 6 pm

£12 peak, £11 off peak with a 20% discount if you book a slot for after 3pm. See website for details

A roaring adventure for the whole family!

This year we will transform Bexley's Danson Park into a prehistoric wonderland where visitors can encounter 40 life-sized, moving, and roaring dinosaurs. Dinosaurs in the Park is a unique and educational event that will delight and amaze dinosaur fans of all ages.

From May 18 until June 9, Dinosaurs in the Park will be in the London borough of Bexley at Danson Park.

Families can explore the park and discover the dinosaurs hidden among the trees. They can marvel at the majestic Brachiosaurus, tremble at the fearsome T-Rex, and learn fascinating facts from the Dinosaur Dentist. The event also features a Dino-Fun-Zone with a bouncy castle, face painting, fossil digging and more.

Dinosaurs in the Park is an adventure-filled day out that will spark the imagination and curiosity of children and adults alike. With dinosaurs around every corner, the park will be filled with classic favourites such as the Stegosaurus, Triceratops and Velociraptor, as well as the lesser-known Dilophosaurus, Kentrosaurus and Hypacrosaurus.

After the Dinosaur trail, there is a fun zone with hands-on activities for all included in the ticket price. Dino excavation digs, mini golf, dino kingdom bouncy castle, mini soft play for under 3’s, Designasaurus studio where you can design your own dinosaur and watch it come to life on the screen, Videosaurus and a visit to the Palaeontologist tent to discover fossils, dinosaur dung and interesting facts. As an optional extra, there are also children’s fun fair rides which cost per ride.

Tickets are available online at Dinosaurs in the Park or at the gate. Book any time slot after 3pm and receive 20% off your ticket(s). Don’t miss this chance to experience the thrill of walking with dinosaurs in Danson Park.

Book your tickets on the Dinosaurs in the park website