Closing Date: 11th October 2017

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Finding ways to educate and entertain school children can sometimes prove a challenge, but the world-exclusive Dinosaurs of China exhibition stomping into Nottingham this summer promises school children, families and teachers a roarsome experience.

The exhibition, which is open until 29th October, will amaze schoolchildren with some of the largest dinosaurs in the world, including the magnificent Mamenchisaurus - a dinosaur skeleton the height of three double decker buses and the great Gigantoraptor - the largest feathered dinosaur in the world.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the spectacular ground shakers to feathered flyers exhibition with each 3D mounted skeleton, detailed replicas and original fossils never having been seen outside Asia before.

Tickets for the Wollaton Hall exhibition are now on sale. Prices are £7.70 for an adult and £5.50 for a child. There is a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) for £22.00. Children under five go free and the event welcomes school parties at a reduced price. Entry to the Nottingham Lakeside Arts exhibition is free of charge. For more information, please visit

We are giving away one CLASS TICKET (class of 30**) to DINOSAURS OF CHINA.
For your chance to win, simply answer the following question:

What is the largest feathered dinosaur in the world called?

*Winners will only be selected from our Keep up to date subscribers

**The prize includes 30 tickets for school children with 5 accompanying adult tickets and one free coach space (a total value of £136). Please note the prize does not include the cost of transport and cannot be taken on special event days.

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