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The Seaton Jurassic experience

At Seaton Jurassic we’ll take you on a journey like no other – back in time!

Share the excitement of the discoveries made by local fossil hunters, geologists and evolutionary-thinkers as they uncovered the stories of life on Earth. Travel aboard our  time-ship back to the Jurassic World, 200 million years ago.  (You’re in charge, you take the ship’s controls and decide which prehistoric creatures you meet!) Experience the fight for survival as you land in a giant rockpool! With loads of hands-on activities and a fun garden to explore you’ll have a great day out whatever the weather! Your adventure starts here…

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What’s on?

Opening times are 10am – 4pm with extended opening to 5pm on Friday and Saturdays. Closed Tuesdays during term time. Last entry to the exhibition is one hour before closing.

You’ll find that there’s even more to Seaton Jurassic than time ships, submarines and ferocious predators! We’re part of a great day out, whatever the weather. Find out about our events, activities and other ways to explore Seaton’s wilder side.

cafe and shop

Café & shop

Local, ethical, delicious: our ingredients for good food. Relax with family and friends in our spacious café and or grab a special gift from our Seaton Jurassic shop.

Opening times are 10am – 4pm with extended opening to 5pm on Friday and Saturdays. Closed Tuesdays during term time. Last entry to the exhibition is one hour before closing.

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What’s happening at Seaton Jurassic?

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Snowdrops are a common sight in the winter months, flowering from January to March. Their latin name, Galanthus nivalis, means ‘milk flower of the snow’ when literally translated.

In British folklore, they symbolise hope and purity, yet because the bulbs are poisonous, they also have the contradictory superstition attached to them, that a single snowdrop blooming in a household means death will soon visit!

Snowdrops are found in woodlands all over the UK – see if you can spot them while on a winter walk!

Getting here & Opening times

Plan your visit

We are open 10am – 4pm, with extended opening to 5pm Friday and Saturdays. Closed Tuesdays during term time.

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