Jurassic Park celebrates 30th anniversary with exhibition at London History Museum

Jurassic Park is celebrating its 30th anniversary and the Natural History Museum of London is celebrating the occasion with a special pop-up space. Visitors can check out a variety of merchandise and new decor at the Cranbourne Boutique. The iconic gates from the movie have been recreated in the fun social media video they posted today. Within the walls are a number of fan favorites and guests can take a selfie with a dinosaur. Universal worked closely with the museum to make sure everything felt consistent. Watch the video for yourself below!

Doug Gurr, Director of the Natural History Museum, London said: “We are delighted to be partnering with the Field Museum for the launch of this exhibition, which showcases some of the most outstanding specimens from our collections. In today’s times when our planet is in crisis, it is more important than ever for us to act as advocates for the natural world. We hope that visitors will enjoy delving deep into the history of our fascinating oceans and be inspired to explore their protect the future.”

Presentation of the largest dinosaur

Next month the Museum will be exhibiting in South Kensington Titanosaur: Live as the largest dinosaur. If you loved this Jurassic Park look back, you will probably enjoy that too. Look what they had to say.

“For the first time ever Patagotitan mayoralty will be shown in Europe. Four times heavier than Dippy’s Diplodocus and 12 meters longer than Hope, our blue whale, this giant creature is a truly spectacular sight! Don’t miss the chance to get up close and personal with this extraordinary dinosaur in our fun, interactive exhibit for the whole family. Surrounded by beautiful illustrations of Cretaceous plants and animals, follow the life of a titanosaurus, from a football-sized egg plucked from its nest to a fully grown adult, with the traces of an encounter with a ferocious predator that took a bite of his tail.”

As you make your way through the gallery, you’ll handle specimens, explore interactive objects, and learn how a creature of this colossal size managed to survive and thrive on Earth. You’ll discover how Patagotitan stayed safe, found food, and grew to be head and shoulders above his fellow Cretaceous creatures. Get ready to measure yourself against his massive thigh, stare into his giant sauropod skull, and even smell his poop! After discovering what life was like as the largest dinosaur, you will get to know the giants we share our planet with today, learn about their lives, the challenges they face and how we can protect them.”

Are you visiting the exhibition? Let us know in the comments!

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