New Robot Dinosaur Attraction Opens in Derbyshire
The Lost World of the Living Dinosaurs has opened at Gulliver's Kingdom.
Ancient dinosaurs have invaded Gulliver’s Kingdom theme park in Matlock Bath – and you’re invited to come and see.
The Lost World of the Living Dinosaurs attraction at the park is now home to 14 animatronic dinosaurs that can move in a realistic way.
The machines will allow children to experience a Tyrannosaurus Rex and his friends up close and personal.
Designed for children aged two to 13, these robots have been roaming the hillside nearby but are now tired and have come to rest at Gulliver's, where they'll stay for the rest of their lives.
Dean Kimberley, director of guest services at Gulliver's, said: "We are glad to have the new dinos at Gulliver's Kingdom.
“Our aim is to appeal to as many families as possible with younger children; the rides and attractions on offer, as well as the dinosaurs, are a huge hit for children of all ages - so a trip to Gulliver's is something for the whole family to enjoy this Easter.
“The dinos offer a whole new world, especially for young dino lovers (and their parents). It's an exciting new attraction for Matlock Bath; there's nothing else in the area like it!"
In its 40th year of business and celebrating its Ruby Jubilee, Gulliver's Kingdom has just opened its doors to guests for 2018.
Easter open dates for the Matlock Bath Gulliver's Kingdom site are from March 24 to April 15, but it will also be open on April 21, 22, 28 and 29.
Entry to the Lost World of the Living Dinosaurs is included in the price of the theme park ticket.