Tickets are now on sale for Ice Age: The Lost Kingdom, the new prehistoric attraction coming to the UK in April.
The touring animatronic Ice Age experience will be travelling across the UK throughout 2019, beginning in London’s Gunnersbury Park on 6th April before travelling to other major city parks in Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Nottingham and Leeds.
Bringing to life beasts from 70,000 years ago, the touring exhibition will provide a truly outdoor Ice Age experience for groups of all ages, with discounts available for parties of ten or more.
Visitors will be able to explore gardens and parklands, uncovering life-sized animatronic creatures as they go along, with scenery and props helping to further recreate the Ice Age period.
Featuring over 40 creatures, including mammoths, sabre-toothed tigers and giant sloths which will be brought to life through animatronics including moving arms, tails swaying side-to-side, heads moving, eyes blinking and jaws opening wide, with roaring sound effects.
A variety of street food outlets will be available at all locations, with specific street food and drink vendors due to be confirmed.
Other entertainment options include a mini-cinema marquee showing an Ice Age documentary, which can be enjoyed by children and adults alike, a fossil excavation pit for children, and a range of virtual reality experiences, from roller coasters to Jurassic scenes.
Ice Age 2019 tour dates
London Gunnersbury Park: 6th April – 28th April
Birmingham, Botanical Gardens: 25th May – 9th June
Glasgow, Rouken Glen Park: 22nd June – 14th July
Manchester, Heaton Park: 27th July – 11th August
Nottingham, Wollaton Park: 25th August – 8th September
Leeds, Temple Newsam Park: 19th October – 3rd November
Groups of ten or more, irrespective of age, can benefit from discounted rates. GTOs wishing to find out more can email email@example.com.
For more information and to book tickets, visit www.iceagekingdom.com.