Local discount at Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park

Take advantage of the special locals weekend discount and see the rare white wolves at Combe Martin

Take advantage of the special locals weekend discount and see the rare white wolves at Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park. - Credit: Archant

Get your special entry code with this Wednesday’s North Devon Gazette.

COMBE Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park invites you to a fun day out for all the family - locals can visit the park for a discounted price of only £5 per head for the weekend of March 15-16 with your North Devon Gazette.

To get your special entry code and for more details please see the advert on page 30.

During your visit, watch T Rex and his friends come to life, including a pair of vicious Megalosaurs discovered right here in the West Country, plus Dilophosaurus the spitting dinosaur – but watch out, you may get wet.

Meet the park’s white Hudson Bay wolves, the male having recently arrived from Amsterdam a month ago. There is only one other collection in the UK where you can see these stunning white wolves, so make sure you don’t miss the daily wolf talk.


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If you take advantage of the reduced entry for the coming locals’ weekend you can pick up a half price return ticket which is valid throughout the season.

New for Easter 2014 are some of the very latest animatronic dinosaurs, arriving at Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park - these new ferocious moving dinosaurs include Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops.

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The natural valley setting for these realistic dinosaurs will take you back in time when these giants walked the earth and their haunting calls echoed across the valley.

Don’t miss out on this fantastic offer, only available for the weekend of March 15-16.

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