Crystal Palace Park & Dinosaur Trail

Crystal Palace Park & Dinosaur Trail

Crystal Palace Park has the regular park attractions as well as the Dinosaur Trail.

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The dinosaurs are located in Crystal Palace Park, one of London’s great green spaces. The Crystal Palace Dinosaurs section of the park is free to visit, too, and it is open during the park’s opening hours. The statues are outdoors, so please be mindful of local weather conditions. The statues are viewed from a distance and cannot be climbed. The site is step-free and accessible on an unpaved footpath, though this can be muddy in wet weather. The location is well sign-posted within the park. Don’t forget to take your smart phone so that you can enjoy the free audio guide while exploring these majestic creatures.  Visit http://www.audiotrails.co.uk/dinosaurs

The park now home to the National Sports Centre, a number of recreational activities and a variety of heritage features. There is much to enjoy on your visit.

  • Bust of Sir Joseph Paxton
  • Italian Terraces
  • Café
  • Children’s play area
  • Former boating lake
  • Maze
  • Fishing lake
  • Concert bowl
  • Children’s farm

Free parking is available at the Thicket Road and Anerley Hill entrances to the park

 

Opening Times

Monday – Friday 7.30am – 7.00pm

Saturday & Sunday 9.00am – 7.00pm

Prices

FREE

  • Buggy park
  • Free parking
  • All year

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