Tickets have gone on sale for Ice Age: The Lost Kingdom, a touring outdoor animatronic family attraction bringing to life the sights and sounds of prehistoric times through 40 life-size animatronimc beasts that roamed the world around 70,000 years ago, including mammoths, sabre-toothed tigers and giant sloths.
Ice Age: The Lost Kingdom will open in London’s Gunnersbury Park on 6 April 2019 and run through the Easter holidays, until 28 April, before visiting major city parks around the UK, as follows:
6–28 April London, Gunnersbury Park
25 May–9 June Birmingham Botanical Gardens
22 June–14 July Glasgow, Rouken Glen Park
27 July–11 August Manchester, Heaton Park
25 August–8 September Nottingham, Wollaton Park
19 October–3 November 2019 Leeds, Temple Newsam Park
All locations will also host street-food outlets and a mini-cinema marquee with Ice Age documentary screenings and a kids’ fossil excavation pit. For a small extra charge, visitors will be able to sit in virtual reality pods with headsets and choose from an array of digital experiences, from virtual rollercoasters to Jurassic encounters.
Adult tickets are £14.50 when booked online in advance, kids’ tickets are £12.50, but early-bird tickets at a discount of 20% are on sale at iceagekingdom.com until February 28th using promo code EARLYBIRD20.