Life-sized dinosaurs will descend on Osterley Park in London in April, as Jurassic Kingdom launches its UK wide tour.
More than 30 dinosaur models and installations will roar and snarl at those brave enough to get up close and personal.
The family event will kick off on April 1 and runs until April 17, 2017, which is just in time for the school Easter holidays.
Here is our ultimate travel guide for how to get to the new animatronic experience.
How to get there:
Address: Jersey Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 4RB (sat nav TW7 4RD).
Correct Entrance: Main gates at the junction with Thornbury Road and Jersey Road.
Travel by Car: On A4 between Hammersmith and Hounslow.
Follow brown tourist signs on A4 between Gillette Corner and Osterley underground station; from west M4, exit 3 then follow A312/A4 towards central London.
The main gates are at the junction with Thornbury and Jersey Roads.
Parking: 400 yards up the main driveway.
Parking is limited so organisers advise to use public transport if possible.
Travel by underground: Osterley (Piccadilly Line) 1 mile.
For travel times and information, visit the TFL website .
Travel by Bus: H28 Hayes to Hounslow to Osterley, H91 Hounslow to Hammersmith to within 1 mile.
Travel by Train: Isleworth 1½ miles (2.4km). Trains run by South West Trains.
Parking: Car parking for the day (£7 per car) is available 400 yards from the event. Free parking for National Trust members and blue badge holders.
A volunteer run transfer service to House and Stable Block is sometimes available, it is best to ask at car park.
The other option is to park at Osterley Park station which has a number of paid parking spaces available all day.
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