Surviving Dinosaurs is a dynamic and engaging travelling exhibition that allows visitors to get up close and personal with these ferocious, yet powerful creatures that once ruled our planet. Hear their roar, feel their tremor, and stare into their piercing eyes. The exhibition is an educational and entertaining experience for children and adults alike, with 21 animatronic/moving dinosaurs, museum fossils and skeletons, enhanced by informative material, and interactive kids’ activities/games. An exciting and fun journey into the Jurassic World!

Surviving Dinosaurs – 240 million years in the making

The exhibition has been created in conjunction with palaeontologist and engineer, Daming Zhong, who has over 20 years’ experience at the world leading Zigong Dinosaur Museum, which claims the largest number of dinosaur fossils in the world and attracts up to seven million visitors a year. Our Surviving Dinosaurs are inspired by these rare treasures, modelled under the supervision of experts, with close attention to detail and realism.


Dinosaur park space requirements: 4,500 f² - 15,000 f² for 1,400 m² - 4,500 m² Subject to whatever extra elements and concepts are included Display Period: 2 - 12 months Our travelling exhibitions are typically provided to museums, exhibition/conference venues, science centres, community/municipal centres, schools, parks, popular open spaces or other non-traditional venues.


The Surviving Dinosaur exhibition comes with material to support business marketing & PR, including high resolution logo & artwork, press release templates, as well as information to enhance the experience at the park, such as guide material, information plates & interactive kids' games/activities. We can also provide digital marketing services, such as an event website and online presence, including social media and online PR via our international partners.


Production material help make the park come alive, including 21 animatronic/moving dinosaurs, talking trees; museum fossils & skeletons; fossils for interactive digging activities; backdrops & LED curtains; decoration & props to create the prehistoric environment; lighting equipment; Virtual Reality device & game; photo shoot equipment, among other.


Our dedicated team will guide you through the installation/setup & de-installation process, as well as provide ongoing guidance & consultation, working closely with your team to design the event's concept. Our extensive experience with exhibiting the dinosaur park in various countries in Europe & the Middle East will ensure the process is efficient & easy. If needed, our team will also guide and assist on the exhibition's transportation in and out of the country.

Experience the power & energy of the Jurassic world, '240 million years in the making'. Get up close & personal with our Surviving Dinosaurs.



Frequently Asked Questions

About 7-10 days, but this also depends on the exhibition "theme" or concept the organiser/promoter adopts.

Absolutely! A dedicated production manager will be allocated to your exhibition and work closely with your team and guide them through the installation/de-installation process. If requested, our company can also assist with transport and logistical requirements.

Yes. Nevertheless, each organizer/promoter should also maintain their own insurance and public liability insurance, as required for local conditions.

The dinosaur exhibition comes complete with extra attractions such as photo area, Virtual Reality experience, skeleton, fossils and bones for interactive digging area, and informative material. But each promoter can get creative and add other services/sales points.


The dinosaur experience is very much driven by the exhibition's creative design and concept, flexible to adapt to an organiser's own ideas and input, such as with new/additional attractions and elements - also aided with our guidance and consultations. This allows exhibitions to better cater for local markets, as well as the available space and resources. Check out an example experience and some possible areas of the dinosaur park.