Manchester, 23rd July-15th Aug | Nottinghamshire 15th-31st Oct


Dino Kingdom, is a spectacular outdoor dinosaur experience aimed at family audiences with impressive installations of animated dinosaurs with electronic moving parts. Animatronics include arms moving up and down, tails swaying side-to-side, heads moving up and down, eyes blinking and jaws opening wide with roaring sound effects. Immersive 3D, AR and Projection Mapping technology makes Dino Kingdom the most unique event of it’s kind. With many more activities and immersive elements of the kingdom to enjoy, Dino Kingdom is an experience that people of any age can enjoy.

Dino Kingdom will be landing in Manchester on 8th-15th August and Nottinghamshire from 15th– 31st October. The event will be open from 10am to 7pm daily with last entry at 6pm. Each visitor will be able to explore the kingdom for up to 3 hours.

Getting here

Venue Address:

Altrincham Road, Manchester, M23 1DW

The main entrance to the park is on Wythenshawe Road. Pedestrian access is available off Altrincham Road.

By road:

Leave M60 at Junction 5, or M56 at Junction 3, onto Princess Parkway; turn off onto B5167, Wythenshawe Road, west bound. Then follow the yellow event signage.  Go past the entrance to Wythenshawe Park on Wythenshawe Road, then turn left onto Moor Road and then left onto Altringham Road, then after half a mile, turn left into Wythenshawe Park. Use Postcode M23 1DW for Satnav directions.

By bus:

Bus 101 from Princess Parkway (heading from City Centre). Bus 179 along Altrincham Road (from Stockport direction). Bus 370 from Didsbury along Wythenshawe Road, or from Altrincham Interchange along Wythenshawe Road. Bus stops are located nearby on Princess Parkway, Wythenshawe Road and Altrincham Road

By tram:

The nearest Metrolink stop is Wythenshawe Park, on the Cornbrook to Manchester Airport line. To get to the Park and Hall, walk east along Wythenshawe Road (B5167) for about 3/4 mile. The park is on your right.


The pathways are a mixture of hard standing, grass and dirt track, and temporary plastic pathway. The event route is mostly accessible to wheelchair users and for pushchairs. Please be aware that some areas may have a few steps and some uneven flooring as we are on a public park site. Our teams onsite are ready to assist any wheelchair users where possible and offer route guidance and advice as we would like all our visitors to enjoy the event and make the most of their visit.


Parking is available in the grounds, Please make sure you book tickets.

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