Yorkshire Wildlife Park near Doncaster has been taken over by a huge t-rex and other dangerous dinos. Dare you and your kids sneak past the huge creatures as they loom over you? Yorkshire wildlife dinosaur park and restaurant is a great family day out.
Pangea, the Discovery of Dinosaurs, is the newest attraction at Yorkshire’s incredible wildlife park. The £50 million investment in the site includes an immersive parkland investment where visitors can enjoy a whole host of pre-historic dinos.
Usually known for its vast array of wildlife over its 175-acre walk-through wildlife park, which includes polar bears, lions, monkeys giraffes, and much much more, the new attraction is made up of a convincing display of dinosaurs with lifelike movements that sit nicely in the wildlife park.
The 35 animatronic dinosaurs across Pangea are perfect for kids of all ages and adults as well. The name comes from the supercontinent name before the countries began to break apart.
The Yorkshire Wildlife Dinosaur Park and restaurant is a great opportunity for kids to learn whilst exploring an immersive area.
Once you’ve done exploring, you can head to the Evolution-themed restaurant, which is just as amazing as the dino world with a huge pirate ship at its heart, moving monoliths from Easter Island, and of course more dinosaurs.
the Evolution Experience Restaurant has all the ingredients for the perfect family day out – interactive dinosaurs and cocktails for the grown-ups included.
A unique new addition to Yorkshire that can only be compared to the famous Rainforest Cafe in London, Evolution at Yorkshire Wildlife Park brings the pre-historic era back to life (kind of literally), providing a pretty good solution to the inevitable iPads at the table when dining with kids.
The staff also dress up as pirates continuing the theme of the restaurant and drawing you into the fun. But, it’s not just an immersive experience the food offering is great too.
It’s a menu that’ll please every family member, with classic dishes such as stone-baked pizza, stacked burgers, sharing platters, and even delicious grilled steaks. Drinks-wise, expect an array of classic cocktails and beers, alongside plenty of booze-free options for the kids, too.
You can let your young ones run off a little energy in a play barn called, Uproar, which is booked separately from the wildlife park. Located within The Hive complex you can book two-hour slots – ready for more exploration around Yorkshire Wildlife Park.
You can also stay at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park in the newly-opened Hex hotel, which is just a stone’s throw from the wildlife park.
You can enjoy a fantastic view of the park from some of the fantastic wildlife park. The hotel has a range of family rooms, standard rooms, and suites to stay in with a balcony overlooking the park so you can watch the roam as the sun sets.
prices start from £50 per person based on two adults and two children sharing a standard family room. You can visit the website here to find out more and book.