See moving and roaring animatronic dinosaurs from the Natural History Museum, London, inside 900-year-old Peterborough Cathedral.
‘T.rex: The Killer Question’ is a touring exhibition produced and developed by the Natural History Museum, London. It tackles the monster mystery: was T. rex a ferocious hunter or a mere scavenger?
The exhibition includes several roaring and moving animatronic dinosaurs, one of which is a three-quarter size T.rex. It also shows various dinosaur scenes, a 12-metre-long static model of a T. rex and a life-size T. rex skeleton.
|Child aged 3-16 years (under 3's free)||£6 to £6|
|Adult||£8 to £8|
|Family (2 adults + up to 3 children or 1 adult + up to 4 children)||£25 to £25|
Date From: 18/07/2022
Date To: 03/09/2022
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There are plenty of public car parks nearby, but no parking on site except for a limited number of spaces for Blue Badge holders.
The Cathedral is roughly 10 minutes’ walk from the train and bus stations.