Jurassic Kingdom Cardiff Guide 2018

Where: Bute Park, North Road, Cardiff, CF10 3DX.

When: 11th-27th August, 10am-6pm (Wednesday-Sunday).

What to expect: An outdoor dinosaur experience where dinosaurs come to life.

Jurassic Kingdom Launch Photo Call at The Glasgow Botanic Gardens Photograph by Martin Shields Tel 07572 457000 www.martinshields.com © Martin Shields
Dinosaurs you can see: Dimetrodon, Herrerasaurus, Dilophosaurus, Diplodocus, Apatosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Amargasaurus, Deinonychus, Spinosaurus, Pteranodon, Parasaurolophus, Euoplocephalus, Styracosaurus, Carnotaurus, Pachycephalosaurus, Triceratops, Trannosaurus Rex, Tenontosaurus.

Tickets: You will need to tickets to enter Jurassic Kingdom and you can get these at www.jurassickingdom.uk/cardiff.  Adult tickets start from £11.50, Child tickets from £9.50 and Family Ticket from £38. The Family Ticket will cover 2 adults and 2 children, or 1 adult and 3 children. You can buy tickets on the door too.

Food: There will be a handful of street food vendors inside Jurassic Kingdom, along with an onsite café which will be also open during the event. Plus Pettigrew Tea Rooms will be offering a 10% discount off the total bill (Wednesday-Friday), and a free soft drink with any slice of cake purchased at Weekends. You’ll be spoiled for choice.

Drink: There will be drink vendors along the route, and the Jurassic Kingdom café too – there is plenty to quench your thirst.

Picnics: Those who want to picnic are more than welcome to! There are benches dotted around Bute Park where you can stop off and enjoy your goodies.

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Parking: Unfortunately Bute Park does not have any onsite parking but there is parking nearby. Pay and display parking is available in Sophia Gardens (other side of Bute Park, CF11 9LJ), Castle Mews (opposite Cardiff Central Police Station, CF10 3ER) and North Road (the closest, CF10 3EA). There are also larger multi-storey car parks in Cardiff’s centre (St David’s Centre and Capitol), but you will have walk further to access the entrance.

Push-chair and wheelchair info: The paths are a mixture of tarmac, grass and dirt tracks and plastic pathways. The route is accessible to both wheelchair users and pushchairs, but bear in mind that it is a park too.

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