AN EVENT 150 MILLION YEARS IN THE MAKING…
Full-size dinosaurs are coming to life all over Leeds this summer and the whole family can have a monster day out hunting them down! If you are in search of things to do this summer, there are five to find around the city – all you need to do is follow the Jurassic Trail to track them down. You can start at any point and it’s an easy walk, so young and old alike can join in. Along the way you may even see one of our roaming dinosaurs – but don’t worry, they don’t bite!
This fantastic free event is part of our ambition to make Leeds a truly child friendly city – a place where children are valued, supported, enjoy their life and can look forward to a bright future. Brought to you by LeedsBID, the Jurassic Trail starts from Saturday 27th July until Sunday 1st September. The trail will take you through Victoria Leeds, Leeds Kirkgate Market, The Merrion Centre and Trinity Leeds, making it perfect for dino spotting whatever the weather.
Pick up a trail map
Make the most of your dinosaur hunt with a free Jurassic Trail map. Inside you’ll find a map of the route, information on the dinosaurs and loads of great retailer offers. You can collect a trail map from our retailers or start planning right away by downloading a digital map on the link below.
Customer service desk
Customer service desk (outside Apple) Customer service lounge (Level 1 next to Primark)
Market Information Centre, bottom of Row J
Chamber of Time or from the Concierge
LeedsBid welcome ambassadors:
Spot them around the city in their bowler hats
Leeds Station ticket office
Leeds Bus Station customer information desk
and from the Leeds Jurassic Trail merchandise unit
Monster gifts for all
Don’t just spot dinosaurs, take one home! Visit the official Leeds Jurassic Trail pop-up shop at Trinity shopping centre from 27th July.
DISCOVER MORE ABOUT THE DINOS AND WHERE YOU CAN FIND THEM IN THE CITY CENTRE!
Watch out for roaming dinosaurs, they will be making an appearance on the Leeds Jurassic Trial on certain days! Be extra careful in the Corn Exchange and St Johns Centre as they have been spotted wandering here.