Dino-Day 2017

5th May 2017

Dino-Day is coming to Lancaster on Friday 2nd June. Dino-Day is set to be the biggest event of the year in Lancaster City Centre. This action packed day of dinosaur themed events will take place from 11am - 4pm, with lots of local organisations getting involved.

Get your business involved, email or call 01524 590650


Event Information

Did you know that Sir Richard Owen, the man who invented the word Dinosaur who was born right here in Lancaster! Lancaster BID are celebrating the history of Sir Richard Owen, 125 years since he passed away with a Dinosaur themed day of fun for all the family!

Dino-Day will take place on Friday 2nd June 2017 from 11am-4pm. 

There will be loads to see and do, including Dinosaur face painting, crafts, trails and colouring competitions, make sure you don't miss out! 


Dino-Day Activities will include:                      

10am - 5pm Dinosaur Trail- Lancaster City Museum

10.30 am - 12.00am Dino Makes- Lancaster City Museum

11am - 4pm Dinosaur Face Painting- MarketGate Shopping centre  

11am - 4pm Fun Fair- Market Square

11am- 4pm Archaeological Dig- St.Nics Shopping Centre

11am - 4pm Dinosaur Colouring Competition- MarketGate Shopping Centre

12pm - 12.30pm Rex the T-Rex- Market Square

12.30pm - 12.50pm New-born Dinosaurs-  MarketGate Shopping Centre

1pm - 1.30pm Rex the T-Rex- Market Square

1.30 pm - 3.30pm Dino Makes- Lancaster City Museum

1.30pm Jurassic Park Film Screening- The Dukes Cinema

2pm - 2.30pm Rex the T-Rex- Market Square

2pm - 3pm Dinosaur Crafts- Lancaster Library

3pm - 3.30pm Rex the T-Rex- Market Square

3.40pm- 4pm New-born Dinosaurs- MarketGate Shopping Centre


Join the event by visiting the event Facebook page.

Thank You to our key sponsors:

Cumberland Building Society, Black Bear Computers, MarketGate Shopping Centre and The Lakeland Wildlife Oasis.

Thanks to Lancaster Guardian for additional support. 




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