Dinosaur Train features in Natural History Museum

Published on: 19th August 2014

Tomy’s Dinosaur Train has joined with the Natural History Museum’s Dino Jaws exhibition at New Dock Hall, Leeds, which features lifelike moving dinosaurs. Tomy300

The Dino Jaws exhibition brings together fossils, hands-on exhibits, scientific insights and the 10 most lifelike animatronics as it presents the subject of dinosaurs and their food. Young fans will be able to put their creative skills to the test in a bid to win their favourite characters from the Tomy Dinosaur Train collection, the interactive figures and mini collectables based on Jim Henson’s hit television series on Nick Jr.

Nine winners will each receive Extreme Interaction Alvin, the Allosaurus with over 50 sounds and phrases, Interaction Buddy the T-Rex, and Interaction Tiny, the Pteranodon who wiggles her wings and makes flapping sounds, as well as chomping and stomping. The range features SmartTalk technology, giving each character the ability to recognise and interact with one another.

The exhibition is open from 10am to 6pm until 7th September at the New Dock Hall, opposite the Royal Armouries at Clarence Dock in Leeds. For tickets or for more information, visit

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