The Aspinall Foundation

Super. Natural. Half Term Fun at Port Lympne

Posted by The Aspinall Foundation on 15-Jan-2016 09:00:00

Visitors to Port Lympne Reserve, one of Kent’s most popular visitor attractions, this October half term will have a terrifyingly fun time with free activities and animal talks, plus experience super natural events in the forest that time forgot, featuring over 100 life sized pre historic creatures – including the mighty mammoth and terrifying T Rex.

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Taking place every day, between Saturday 22nd and Sunday 30th October 2016, activities will include a chilling trail through the three acre Dinosaur Forest with the chance to win ghoulishly good prizes for those brave enough to enter, creepy crafts – where visitors can transform themselves into terrible tigers and eerie enrichment, which will see the animals at the Reserve tearing into some tasty Halloween themed treats.

Adrian Harland, Animal Director said: ‘With our frightfully fun activities, fact packed talks and eerie enrichments we’re celebrating Halloween throughout Half Term.  Visitors will have a ghoulishly good time on safari to the Asian and African Experiences, where they can see Kent’s only spectacled bears, spot our baby giraffe and later explore the rest of the Reserve to see over 700 animals, including our adorable baby black rhino, who is already exploring his surroundings.’

In addition to the daily activities taking place, there will be various free animal talks and feeds crammed with fun and frightening animal facts, times of which will be displayed on the information boards around the Reserve, whilst on Sunday 30th October, visitors can take part in a fancy dress competition with prizes for the best costume.