Jurassic World release sees boost in visitor numbers to MK attraction

One of the dinosaur exhibits at Gulliver's Land
One of the dinosaur exhibits at Gulliver's Land

Gulliver’s Land has noticed an increase in the number of vistors to its Dinosaur and Farm Park following the releaseof Jurassic World.

On its launch last month, Jurassic World broke a string of records, becoming the first film to gross $500 million on its opening weekend.

It is the fourth instalment in the film series, but comes 22 years after the first groundbreaking film Jurassic Park.

Visitors to the Dinosaur and Farm Park can get a glimpse of the prehistoric creatures.

Lee Petchey, from Gulliver’s Land, said: “We’ve certainly noticed a big surge of interest in dinosaurs among our young visitors since the release of Jurassic World. Requests for our popular themed ‘Dino Explorer’ birthday parties are also up since the film’s launch.”

To findout more about the farm park, visit www.gulliversfun.co.uk/milton-keynes.