That said, the exhibition is really aimed at children age 6 plus through to adults. The technology and work behind the world premiere event at Melbourne Museum, is so advanced, that little kids may fright. Jurassic Creatures: Prehistoric Creatures of the Ice at Harbour Town in Docklands on the other-hand, is great for young children because the additional activities are aimed at little dino fans.
Jurassic Creatures is a 2 ˝ hour interactive walk through event. The exhibition is positioned in a big tent in the heart of Docklands, near to Melbourne Star. See a display of pre-historic creatures such as the colossal Mammoths, fearsome Saber Tooth Tigers and everyone’s favourite the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Little ones can pose for a picture inside a dinosaur egg or ride on top of a model baby Triceratops.
What really captures the interest of little ones, is the interative activities such fossil digging, sand play, dino themed games, a huge jumping castle and a live show featuring Buddy & Tiny from the Dinosaur Train.
If you are looking for value for money, and a great day out for your little kids over the school holiday break, take a trip out to Docklands before Sunday 10 April, when Jurassic Creatures: Prehistoric Creatures of the Ice closes for the season. Book your tickets online to save time.
Where: Harbour Town Melbourne, Waterfront City, Docklands, VIC. Find the pop-up exhibition near the base of the Melbourne Star.
When: Check HERE for session times.
Costs: From $32 adult, $22 children, $26 concession, under 2s free. Family pass (2 adults 2 children) $105.
Book: via Ticketmaster
Don't miss Jurassic World: The Exhibition either, just make sure you leave your pre-schoolers at home.