Dippy at Durdle
As part of the Natural History’s Museums programme “Dippy On Tour” we are bringing a prosthetic skull of the iconic diplodocus to Durdle Door. Arguably the most iconic feature on the Jurassic Coast, Durdle Door is made entirely from Portland limestone which is 150 million years old. Diplodocus were roaming the planet 150 million years ago too. A real snap shot into the past and a one off opportunity to see this spectacle, and get a photo with a difference! It will no doubt conjure up images of how the planet once was and enthuse young minds.
Booking Details: No need to book but call (01929) 400587 for further information.
Where: Viewpoint above Durdle Door.
When: From 11am on 9th, 10th &11th April.
Please Bring: Sturdy boots recommended.
Suitability: Suitable for all ages.
Accessibility: The area is accessed by a steep track descending down to Durdle Door. Pushchairs are hard work. Not suitable for wheelchairs.