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Jurassic Kingdom Tour Manchester
Tue 11 July 2017, 10:00 – 20:00 BST
Jurassic Kingdom continues its UK wide tour to Philips Park in Manchester, opening on the 8th July 2017 and closing on the 23rd July 2017. It will be open daily during these dates and makes a fascinating and educational day out for families. Please ensure you arrive within the hourly time slot you have purchased. The event will be open from 10am to 8pm daily with last entry at 7pm. Once inside the event visitors can stay as long as they like.
Along the event route you will find a handful of street food and drink vendors to keep you fed and watered as you wander through Jurassic Kingdom. Dinosaur related souvenirs will also be available to purchase as a memento of the experience.
The festival is open daily from 10am to 8pm with last entry at 7pm. Please arrive within your selected hourly time slot, but once inside the event you can stay as long you wish.
A child ticket is for children aged 3 – 16. Children aged 2 and under enter free and do not need a ticket. Concessions tickets cover unemployed, those with disabilities, senior citizens aged 65 and over and students.
Please Note: Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Children aged 2 and under enter free and do not need a ticket. There are no cloakroom facilities at the venue, so visitors will not be able to store bags or large items. Children’s scooters, skates and bicycles are not permitted on site. Only guide dogs are permitted at the festival. Thank you.
Venue Address: Philips Park, Stuart Street, Manchester, M11 4DJ
Accessibility: The pathways are a mixture of hard standing, grass and dirt track, and temporary plastic pathway. The route is suitable for wheelchair users and pushchairs.
Travel by Bus: From Manchester City Centre: the 217 and 218 buses (Manchester to Tameside General Hospital) stops on Alan Turing Way near the Park.
Parking: Car parking is available at the nearby Manchester Velodrome if an event is not being held, otherwise on road parking is available around the park but is limited, so we urge visitors to travel via public transport.