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Leeds Jurassic Trail

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12 dinosaurs are once again taking over Leeds city centre. Pick up a FREE trail programme across Leeds or use the digital map below to hunt them down. Map locations can be found here.

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Get stamped

Collect your trail stamps at each dinosaur location*

DOWNLOAD THE DIGITAL TRAIL MAP (300KB)

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Where to find them

Get stamped

Collect your trail stamps at each dinosaur location. More information on the stamp locations and where to pick up a free trail programme can be found on our FAQs page.

*To collect your stamp at Granary Wharf, go to DoubleTree by Hilton and at Quarry Hill, please visit Leeds Playhouse.

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Health and Wellbeing

Heart Research UK are delighted to support Leeds Jurassic Trail 3. Walking around the trail will contribute towards maintaining a healthy heart whilst keeping children active and entertained. More information about Heart Research UK can be found on the trail map and they also have educational worksheets at the story time adventures and hatchery in John Lewis for little ones to take away.

Lots of dinosaurs ate a diet rich in fresh produce and greens and this is what is encouraged for human hatchlings too. Try to offer them a variety of different foods with at least one third of their meals consisting of fresh fruit and vegetables, along with plenty of grains, pulses, and lean protein sources such as fish, to ensure that they are getting all the nutrients they need to stay healthy.

If you combine activities like this trail with a healthy diet for children, then you’re a totally ‘roarsome’ grown-up!

It’s great for adults too. At 4km from start to finish, that’s over 5,000 steps – a mere 2,273 strides for a Tyrannosaurus!

Plan your trip
Don’t forget to bring enough water to keep hydrated
Keep rumbling bellies satisfied with some pre-prepped snacks such as carrot sticks or apple slices

Heart Research UK are a national charity founded right here in Leeds. They are dedicated to taking on heart disease and rely entirely on the support of their generous donors. Support their work.

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