Dinosaurs seem like cryptids today, because while we know they once existed, most have gone extinct. But I bet a lot of cryptozoology lovers would love to see them large as life again! So when I found this last refuge for these creatures, I had to share it with you. It looks like a fun and fascinating place!
Knebworth House, ancestral home of the Earl of Lytton, is a beautiful estate in Hertfordshire, England open to the public for daily visits as well as catered parties year ‘round (photo left and below right). What I love about it is their Dinosaur Trail featuring 70 large statues of the various prehistoric creatures in absolutely gorgeous settings.
You don’t have to be a child to appreciate the replicas. Adults will enjoy the incredibly lovely way they were incorporated into the landscape. Knebworth is renowned for their regular gardens and that same care and attention has been given to the Dinosaur Trail.
I’m going to let the pictures do the talking – enjoy!
(The mammoths are my favorite! 🙂 Which one is your favorite?)