Families looking a day out with a difference this Easter need look no further than capital?s most bizarre attraction, Ripley?s Believe It or Not! London. With over 700 artefacts on display including a clutch of seven fossilised dinosaur eggs dating back over 75million years, the ultimate sea view painted on the unusual canvas of an Ostrich egg and a whole host of exciting interactive exhibits ? visitors are sure to experience a fun filled family day out.
Guests can check out a myriad famous faces including Charlie Chaplin, Abraham Lincoln and Albert Einstein painted on to mini eggs before gazing at the iconic image of the Last Supper painted on to the wings of a dragonfly.
The bizarre attraction is also home to a collection of authentic Amazonian shrunken heads, a replica of Tower Bridge made from over 264,346 matchsticks and a real piece of the Berlin Wall ? with so much to see and learn it won?t be long before the little ones are regular little egg heads.
Visitors can put their artistic talents to the test on Ripley?s Believe It or Not! London?s brand new Graffiti Wall ? with digital spray cans, there?s no need to worry about messy hands. Before ending the day by navigating the attraction?s tricky mirror maze or egging each other on as guests negotiate the capital?s largest LaseRace.
Ripley's Believe It or Not! London is open seven days a week, 365 days a year from 10am until midnight (last admission 10.30pm). Tickets to this world of wonders situated in the heart of London's West End are ?26.95 per adult and ?21.95 per child. Family tickets are ?87.95 based on two adults and two children. Purchase your tickets online in advance and save 15%. For full pricing options please visit www.ripleyslondon.com.