Discovery Trail
now OPEN!

Discover, Learn and Explore the Colourful World of Dinosaur Roar!

 

Follow The World of Dinosaur Roar! Discovery Trail and see what dinosaurs you can find!

 

If you’re a fan of The World of Dinosaur Roar! or just love dinosaurs, we have great news for you!

 

We are delighted to be launching The World of Dinosaur Roar! Discovery Trail right here at Godstone Farm. Our exciting new trail features life-size dinosaur models in a natural woodland setting, bringing to life the delightful series of The World of Dinosaur Roar! children’s books and characters created by Peter Curtis, based on Dinosaur Roar! by Paul Stickland and Henrietta Stickland and produced in association with the Natural History Museum in London.

 

From June 2021, you’ll be able to meet Dinosaur ROAR the Tyrannosaurus rex, Dinosaur STOMP the Triceratops, Dinosaur WHACK the Stegosaurus, Dinosaur WHIZZ the Coelophysis, Dinosaur FLAP the Oviraptor and Dinosaur BOO the Deinonychus along our new Discovery Trail. Joining them later this month will be Dinosaur MUNCH the Diplodocus.

 

In addition to the life-size dinosaur models, we’ll soon be adding a palaeontology tent with interactives, costume characters, activities and events all aimed at pre-school children.

 

This permanent new attraction is perfect for families and little ones of all ages. Entry to the trail is included in the cost of general admission to our farm park and woodlands.

 

Godstone Farm is one of just three farm parks in the UK to be opening this wonderful new trail this spring. Come along and join the fun.

 

Due to Covid-19, we are taking a little longer to get their full Discovery Trail up and running safely for you to enjoy. Please bear with us and enjoy the amazing dinosaurs who are waiting for you in the woods!

 

The World of Dinosaur Roar! Discovery Trail is created by Nurture Rights Limited and licensed to Godstone Farm.

 

To find out more about The World of Dinosaur Roar! Discovery Trail, click here.

The World of Dinosaur Roar! © Nurture Rights Ltd. 2021

Staying Safe

It is important that all visitors to the trail follow social distancing guidelines along the trail and keep 2 metres apart from other families and groups where possible.

For more information about staying safe during your visit, please follow the farm park guidelines.

Please stay on the path and don’t climb on the dinosaurs. Photos welcome.

Share your experiences at #ROARTRAIL

Please take home any litter or unwanted food or packaging or dispose of them at the appropriate waste disposal points on the farm.

Thank you!

 

Please note that the woodland area, home to our dinosaur residents is uneven in places and can be muddy during wet weather.  This trail is in a natural woodland setting within greenbelt, therefore we are unable to make permanent paths, however if you require assistance with a buggy or child’s wheelchair then please speak to a member of staff. For more information regarding wheelchair accessibility at Godstone Farm, please visit our Health and Safety page.

The World of Dinosaur Roar!

The World of Dinosaur Roar! is a series of children’s books and characters created by Peter Curtis produced in association with the Natural History Museum in London. Inspired by the classic picture book Dinosaur Roar! by Paul Stickland and Henrietta Stickland, this colourful collection of children’s books features dinosaurs with personalities bigger than they are! Each book in the series introduces us to a different title character and uses his or her personality to teach children about dinosaurs and to convey a simple moral lesson. The dinosaur characters frequently reappear in other characters’ books in the collection, which together make up The World of Dinosaur Roar!

 

With wonderful, rhyming text written by series creator, Peter Curtis, and award-winning author, Jeanne Willis and dinosaurs approved by the Department of Earth Sciences at the Natural History Museum in London, each book includes a spread of simple dinosaur facts and a pronunciation guide.

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