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Welcome to the Jurassic Walk at Fort Evergreen - Where History Comes Alive!

A spectacular animatronic dinosaur walk that cannot be missed. Our Jurassic walk features life size, moving and roaring dinosaurs – a real thrill for any dinosaur adventurer!

Travel to a land before time and navigate through our captivating Jurassic walk where you will have lots of close encounters with prehistoric giants. From cunning Velociraptors to terrifying Spinosaurus, from the mighty Triceratops to the horrifying Dilophosaurus, from the spine chilling Gasosaurus to the King of the Dinosaurs – the ferocious T Rex, they are all here!

At the end of your adventure, you will arrive at the Dino Dig Tent. Children become palaeontologists, unearthing life size fossils of the mighty T Rex! It's a hands on adventure for all ages.

Dino Dig

Dinosaur Encounter

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As you explore Fort Evergreen, be on the lookout for our roaming T-Rex.

You can come face-to-face with the king of the dinosaurs during our interactive Dino meet & greet which takes place in the Events Tent! (Dinosaur Encounters are on selected event days)


It's a journey you won't soon forget - where history and adventure collide!

Image by Werner Sevenster

Meet The Dinosaurs


T Rex

The terrific Tyrannosaurus Rex was a seriously big beast, growing up to 12m long and 6m tall. These fearsome creatures were carnivores, feasting on the flesh of the unfortunate animals they caught.



These smart dino’s had a large brain that helped them to be very agile. They hunted in packs, working together they were fearsome predators!



 King of the meat eaters, it is believed they ate fish and lived on both land and water (like a crocodile) This dino had an amazing sail coming out of it’s back made from spike shaped bones, joined together by a layer of skin.



This dino had 33 teeth and was an active carnivore, living on fish and marine animals. It was part of a group of dino’s called Theropods.



To defend itself against meat eaters it had two long brow horns which could grow up to 1m long. Triceratops were herbivores. 



There were only a few fossils discovered of this dino however they looked quite similar to the T Rex, although a lot smaller and weighing less than a male lion. It had 3 fingers on each hand, each with a ferocious claw. 

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