Dinosaurs will roam the WA Museum Boola Bardip these April school holidays as the Museum welcomes Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo.
These April school holiday’s audiences will meet an amazing array of prehistoric creatures from baby dinosaurs to some of the largest carnivores and herbivores that have ever walked the planet.
Internationally renowned puppeteers, Erth, bring to life dinosaurs from all over the world such as the ever popular carnivorous theropod T. rex, to a more recently discovered Japanese theropod called Fukuiraptor which is closely related to the Australian Australovenator
This dinosaur spectacular performance leads a fun-packed holiday line-up at the Museum, situated in the Perth Cultural Centre.
Other school holiday programs include engaging workshops about animation, podcasting and video game creation.
Rounding out the dinosaur fun, the Museum’s popular WA Dinosaur tours will be offered twice daily during the school holidays.
And while at the Museum make sure to visit to the Wild Life gallery and see an array of prehistoric animals including sauropod, theropod and stegosaur models based on species that once roamed the land right here in WA.
Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo runs from 3 April – 18 April 2021, with three sessions daily – 10am, 12 noon and 2pm.
Tickets now on sale at visit.museum.wa.gov.au.
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