VIDEO: Prehistoric beasts to visit Norwich, Swanton Morley and King’s Lynn as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival
People will be able to get up close and personal to giant prehistoric beasts at this year's Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
Australian company Erth Visual and Physical Inc is bringing the Dinosaur Petting Zoo to the festival for what will be a UK premiere.
The Dinosaur Petting Zoo will tour venues and schools across the county, giving children the chance to help feed, water and care for life-like prehistoric marvels.
The show comes with a warning to watch out as not all the dinosaurs are as tame as they might seem!
The Dinosaur Petting Zoo will be at Chapelfield Gardens, in Norwich, on May 12 and 13 at midday and 3pm, at Millennium Plain, in Norwich, on May 15 and 16 at 4.30pm, at The Walks, Tennyson Road, King's Lynn, on May 19 at midday and 3pm, and at Swanton Morley Village Hall on May 20 at midday and 3pm.
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It will also be part of the Festival Feats in Norwich on May 26.
The zoo is a free and unticketed event.
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