Dozens of prehistoric toy brick dinosaurs will arrive at Armagh Observatory & Planetarium this summer, showcasing dinos for a Jurassic scale display.

The towering 3-D brick dinosaurs are made using more than 2 million toy bricks and an interactive expedition will be on display at the Planetarium, making it a perfect place to visit this summer to excite families and dinosaur enthusiasts alike.

Presented and built by Brick Live, the Brickosaurs exhibition has been touring across the UK and its next stop is Armagh Observatory & Planetarium this summer.

Visitors have the chance to go back in time and come face to face with pre-historic creatures such as the Archaeoceratops, Parasaurolophus and Velociraptor.

There are plenty of photo opportunities too, and the chance to get up close to nine adorable baby dinosaurs.

Brickosaurs is coming!

Ria Mee, Senior Education Officer from Armagh Observatory & Planetarium said: “The display is something totally different for us and we are delighted to host such a fantastic event. We haven’t had an exhibition of this scale before, and we are excited to welcome guests this summer for an immersive and educational adventure.”

Brickosaurs is a spectacular experience for the whole family. To witness the scale and the detail that has been lovingly crafted into these models is something that never fails to amaze.”- Christina Anthony, director, BRICKLIVE.

The exhibition will be available to visit from Saturday 11th June – Sunday 31st July 2022. for tickets!

Tickets are on sale now. Book online today at Pre-booking is essential and exhibition entry is free with any dome show purchase. Separate exhibition area tickets are available for anyone not choosing a dome show.

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