British Dinosaurs: from Fossils to Feathers

National History Museum at Tring, 5 April to 11 October, 2019

Go on an adventure around Britain and discover why it’s the birthplace of dinosaur studies.

Exhibition highlights:

  • Come face-to-face with the cast of a Baryonyx walkeri skull and see how massive it could grow with backbone specimens found in Surrey.
  • Stand up tall and measure yourself against the femur and tibia of an Iguanodon, one of the first dinosaurs to be discovered.
  • See the complete skeleton of a young Hypsilophodon foxii, discovered on the Isle of Wight.
  • Chomp! How do your teeth compare to Megalosaurus bucklandii teeth found in Oxfordshire?