The popular Fife visitor attraction, St Andrews Aquarium has released pictures of it’s newest exhibit, Down with the Dinosaurs, a fossil trail through the Jurassic Age, just in time for the school summer holidays starting.
The new exhibit welcomes visitors and takes them on a Jurassic journey back in time, to view dinosaur fossil displays packed full of interesting information and fun facts. The dino display guides visitors down into the aquarium to the start of their animal adventure.
Speaking of the new exhibit Managing Director and Owner, John Mace commented; “We are delighted with how our new exhibit has turned out. The staircase down into the aquarium is a space that we have long wanted to turn into a feature and the new Down with the Dinosaurs exhibit will entertain and educate our visitors, and add to the overall experience. As a family-owned aquarium we have always strived to created the best possible experience, and value for money, we’ve already had great feedback about the new exhibit from parent of children obsessed with Dinosaurs.”
St Andrews Aquarium, Scotland’s only family-owned aquarium, welcomes tens of thousands of visitors each year, who enjoy getting to know each of the 120 species of animals on display at the centre on the East Coast of Fife. St Andrews Aquarium is open from 10am 7 days a week.