AN EXHIBITION ABOUT WHAT DINOSAURS ATE
at the Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, South Kensington
until 15th April 2007
Feast on a world of devouring dinosaurs and come face to face with 10 of the most incredibly lifelike moving dinosaurs ever created, discovering what these awesome creatures ate for dinner. From the flesh-eating T. rex (which could eat the equivalent of 750 chicken drumsticks a day) to the plant-munching Iguanodon, get to grips with jaws, claws, guts and even poo using exciting hands-on activities to unearth the sometimes gruesome, often disgusting, subject of dinosaurs and their food.
Book now on 0870 013 0731 or visit www.nhm.ac.uk/dino-jaws for more information plus fun stuff.
Tickets: £8; £5 children and concessions; £21 families. Free to Members, Patrons, 3s and under. Entrance to the exhibition is timed, so advance booking is strongly recommended to guarantee your ticket. A booking fee is payable on all pre-booked tickets.