April 26, 2019 4.13 pm This story is over 60 months old

Natural History Museum’s Dinosaur Encounter heading to Lincoln

It includes impressive dinosaur models and animatronics

A Dinosaur Encounter exhibition will head to Lincoln from London’s Natural History Museum for the first time this summer.

People will be able to come face-to-face with their favourite dinosaurs at The Collection Museum on Danes Terrace in Lincoln from Saturday, July 13 to Sunday, September 8. It will be open 10am-4pm (Fridays 10am-9pm).

There will be impressive dinosaur models and animatronics and fossil replicas. The exhibition also features an animatronic model three quarters the size of a life-size T-Rex.

Booking tickets early is advised – click here for more information and to purchase tickets. Tickets can be bought on the door, but there are only a limited number of tickets available on the day.

Tickets are priced at £7.50 for adults, £6.50 for concessions and £5 for children (children must be accompanied by an adult). Family tickets are also available for £20. Children aged four and under can enter for free.

Tickets can also be booked in person at the museum or Usher Gallery reception desks or by calling 01522 782040 and asking to be transferred to The Collection.

Visitor Experience Manager at The Collection Paul Mason said: “This event is going to be dino-mite! It will be the perfect family treat for the school holidays, and an experience the kids will never forget.

“We’re expecting this to be an extremely popular event, so do book your tickets early to avoid missing out.”