Date posted: June 10, 2017
Follow in the footprints of the Natural History Museum’s Dino Jaws exhibition this summer at the Centre of Life. The exhibition investigates the diets of different dinosaurs, how they captured their prey, and how they feasted. There is plenty of interesting things to learn during your visit.
The Life Science Centre in Newcastle is showcasing the diets of the past, with an interactive exhibit featuring life-size, animatronic dinosaurs. Discover the varying diets of dinos, from the carnivorous Tyrannosaurus-Rex to the herbivore habits of the Iguanodon. Examine the teeth and differing chewing techniques of the T-Rex, Edmontosaurus, and the Brachiosaurus, with life-size model heads.
With a ticket to the Centre of Life, your family not only have access to the Dino Jaws exhibition, but some of the centre’s best attractions. This includes their highly educational science demonstrations, stunning star-lit shows in the North’s largest planetarium, and all manner of hands-on science zones. A family trip will be both educational and entertaining.
Here at Suite Stayzzz, we offer an ideal place for the family to stay. Our apartments in Newcastle are situated close to the city centre. With a minimal let period of 2 days, they are perfect for a weekend away or a city break. All suites are bundled with everything you will need, from Wi-Fi, to hair dryers, and a complimentary tray of tea, coffee, and a bottle of wine. Plus, an apartment could be available for less than £25 pp per night.
A Suite Stayzzz apartment is a home away from home, with a stylish aesthetic and all the appliances you would typically need. You can find out more about them on our website and get an idea of what each of the apartments has to offer. You can check availability too or contact or personally to make arrangements.
Keep in mind that if you choose a midweek stay you can enjoy three nights for the price of two. It may also help you to beat some of the crowds at the Centre for Life!
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