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Dinosaurs Take Over Marwell Zoo

By Times Reporter in Entertainment News on April 8, 2022

A world-first collection of 55 prehistoric creatures made using more than two million toy bricks have taken over Marwell Zoo.

Visitors can step back in time and embark on a prehistoric adventure through the park, coming face-to-face with a huge variety of dinosaurs.

From roaring Raptors to the incredible seven-metre-long Spinosaurus and a huge Mosasaur emerging from the water, the Brickosaurs are sure to excite families, toy brick and dinosaur enthusiasts alike.

Sean Mannie, Commercial Director of Marwell Zoo, said: “The Brickosaurs are back, and they have evolved! It’s a fantastic all-new show featuring 55 models, made from 2 million toy bricks! Our guests will be able to embark on a prehistoric adventure through the park coming face-to-face with a huge variety of dinosaurs.

“We’re certain the show will make Marwell a ‘must-visit’ family day out in 2022 and will thrill guests, dinosaur and toy brick enthusiasts of all ages. Marwell is home to more than 140 exotic and endangered species and over 2,500 animals across 140 acres of beautiful parkland so there’s plenty to see and do!”

Brickosaurs Evolution is included with general admission to the zoo.

Marwell Zoo offers visitors the opportunity to get up close to amazing members of the animal kingdom, from Amur tigers to towering Rothschild’s giraffes.

Conservation charity Marwell Wildlife owns and operates the zoo, so every penny spent supports amazing projects to conserve habitats and species both in Hampshire and around the world.

Tickets are available seven days ahead only. We are continuing to manage numbers to ensure a comfortable experience so all guests including members must prebook online before they visit.

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