Since travelling back in time 67 million years to experience living dinosaurs isn’t something you do every day, in this section you’ll find everything you need to know to help you plan for your big adventure.
You’ll also find plenty more information in the FAQs that we’ve compiled about your visit to Dinosaurs in the Wild.
Dinosaurs in the Wild is set to take you on the greatest adventure of your life!
BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW for London’s Greenwich Peninsula shows, which run until 2 September.
Where to find us
Dinosaurs in the Wild tours to the deep past are scheduled to depart from London’s Greenwich Peninsula until 2 September. A map that shows where Greenwich Peninsula is located in London can be found here.
We’re located on West Parkside (near junction with John Harrison Way), Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0BE – please see the map below, which shows where we are on Greenwich Peninsula in relation to other local landmarks, such as the O2:
- Dinosaurs in the Wild is a 10-minute walk from North Greenwich tube station, which is on the Jubilee Line.
- We can also be found here using Google Maps. Alternatively, you can find us using the search term ‘Dinosaurs in the Wild’ if you have the Google Maps app on your smartphone.
- When leaving the station, exit towards the O2 and then take a right down East Parkside when you see Wagamama
- If you’d rather take a bus instead of walking to the venue, leave North Greenwich Tube station using the bus station exit. The following bus routes leave from bus stops A-C: A (161, 472), B (108, 422, 486) and C (129, 132), and are all one stop to the Dinosaurs in the Wild location.
The Emirates Air Line station is also only a few minutes away, and MBNA Thames Clipper boats arrive at North Greenwich Pier, which is about 10 minutes by foot away from the venue. There are also extensive bus services that run to North Greenwich from other parts of London. Please check the Transport for London website for additional travel information.
Our time machines are scheduled to depart at the following times until 2 September:
- Between 10.00-12.30 and 14:00-17:00
- Please note we’re closed on Tuesdays
Your Dinosaurs in the Wild adventure lasts approximately 70 minutes, although we do recommend that you allow a minimum of 90 minutes in total for entry and exit into the building.
Make a day of it!
If you’re planning to go on the ultimate adventure to the deep past with Dinosaurs in the Wild, why not make a day of it and spend some time enjoying some of the other world-class entertainment options on or around Greenwich Peninsula, London’s most dynamic emerging district?
It’s home to an eclectic mix of great places to eat and drink, such as Greenwich Kitchen, and even getting to or from this part of town can be enormous fun – you can access it from the sky via the Emirates Air Line cable car or by high-speed boat on the MBNA Thames Clippers river bus services.
On the Peninsula and more widely across the famous Royal Borough of Greenwich, you’re pretty spoiled for choice when it comes to fascinating things to see and visit – The O2, The National Maritime Museum, The Cutty Sark, The Royal Observatory, Queen’s House, and Greenwich’s market and park, to name a few.
A short hop on the Emirates Air Line cable car from the Peninsula back over the River Thames to Royal Victoria also gives you access to attractions such as ExCeL London, Wakeup Docklands (watersports) and The Crystal (a sustainable cities exhibition).
So when booking your seat on our time machine to travel back to the deep past to see living dinosaurs, we strongly recommend that you plan your day accordingly to ensure that you and your family get the very most out of this buzzing part of London!
We welcome groups of all shapes and sizes at Dinosaurs in the Wild. Discover more.
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Both the venue and the experience are suitable for wheelchairs and are fully accessible.
To purchase accessible and carer tickets, please contact SeeTickets on 0844 854 1355.
To help plan for the big day, we’ve compiled some key information below that details what you need to know before and during your visit. Discover more.