Crystal Palace Park

© Chris Waywell
Crystal Palace Free

Children going through the dinosaur phase always enjoy a visit to 'the monsters' - five dinosaur sculptures that lurk among the trees around the lake. The remains of a Victorian pre-historic theme park created on the site by Benjamin Waterhouse-Hawkins, the dinosaurs were restored in 2003.

Venue name: Crystal Palace Park
Address: Thicket Rd
London
SE20 8DT
Opening hours: Daily 7.30am-dusk
Transport: Rail: Crystal Palace

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sarah

Must go see the dinosaur park. Sculptures made by Sir RIchard Owen who was the scientist who first named and classed them as Dinosaurs!