Adventurers to head to amaze-ing dinosaur maze in Cambridgeshire field

A giant Tyrannosaurus rex has been carved into the field of maize plants at the Skylark Garden Centr

A giant Tyrannosaurus rex has been carved into the field of maize plants at the Skylark Garden Centre. Pictured are Guyhirn Primary School pupils, Amelia Hathaway (6), Owen Askew (7) and Annabell Wesley (11). Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Archant

Cambridgeshire’s answer to Jurassic Park is set to open this weekend and is promised to be roaring good fun.

A giant Tyrannosaurus rex has been carved into the field of maize plants at the Skylark Garden Centr

A giant Tyrannosaurus rex has been carved into the field of maize plants at the Skylark Garden Centre. Pictured is Guyhirn Primary School pupil Amelia Hathaway (6). Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Archant

A giant Tyrannosaurus rex more than 150m tall has been carved in a field of maize as part of the new developments being unveiled at the Skylark Garden Centre and Maize Maze near March.

Children from Guyhirn Primary School were the first adventurers to explore the T-Rex maize maze and dig for fossils.

Development plans include a cafe and garden centre extension, new toilets and a new car park location.

Edward Gowler, from Skylark, said: “A giant T-Rex maze design is the perfect image to represent our big development plans.”

A giant Tyrannosaurus rex has been carved into the field of maize plants at the Skylark Garden Centr

A giant Tyrannosaurus rex has been carved into the field of maize plants at the Skylark Garden Centre. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Archant


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Opening on Saturday, July 14, those who conquer the maze can continue the fun with tractor rides with added water-gun fun, pig racing, go karts, den building, an obstacle course, zip wire, beach area and brand new castle with mega-slides.

A giant Tyrannosaurus rex has been carved into the field of maize plants at the Skylark Garden Centr

A giant Tyrannosaurus rex has been carved into the field of maize plants at the Skylark Garden Centre. Pictured are Guyhirn Primary School pupils, Amelia Hathaway (6), Owen Askew (7) and Annabell Wesley (11). Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Archant

A giant Tyrannosaurus rex has been carved into the field of maize plants at the Skylark Garden Centr

A giant Tyrannosaurus rex has been carved into the field of maize plants at the Skylark Garden Centre. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Archant

A giant Tyrannosaurus Rex has been carved into the field of maize plants at the Skylark Garden Centr

A giant Tyrannosaurus Rex has been carved into the field of maize plants at the Skylark Garden Centre. Pictured are Guyhirn Primary School pupils, Amelia Hathaway (6), Owen Askew (7) and Annabell Wesley (11). Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Archant

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