Dinosaurs in the Wild allows you to share a unique experience with your grandchildren – the chance to travel via time machine, back an astonishing 67 million years, to see living dinosaurs.
This new immersive and interactive adventure is an exhilarating blend of theatre, theme park fun and the very latest palaeontological knowledge, and promises to fire up the imagination as science is brought to life before your eyes.
You’ll be transported back to TimeBase 67, our research station set in the late Cretaceous Period to see scientists at work as they study living dinosaurs. Prepare to be enthralled by our working laboratories, in which you’ll witness truly extraordinary things, such as a dinosaur autopsy, hatchlings emerging from eggs and young dinosaurs in cages. You’ll also visit The Lookout, with its huge windows providing the most entrancing panoramic views of the prehistoric life outside TimeBase 67 – who knows, you may even encounter a massive Tyrannosaurus rex!
Isabella of France married Edward II in January 1308, and afterwards became one of the most notorious women in English history. In 1325, she was sent to her homeland to negotiate a peace settlement between her husband and her brother Charles IV, king of France. She refused to return. Instead, she began a relationship with her husband’s deadliest enemy, the English baron Roger Mortimer. With the king’s son and heir, the future Edward III, under their control, the pair led an invasion of England which ultimately resulted in Edward II’s forced abdication in January 1327. Isabella and Mortimer ruled England during Edward III’s minority until he overthrew them in October 1330.