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Offer: Natural History Museum games for dinosaur fans

Hours of fun to be had over the summer holiday with these brilliant dinosaur-themed games from The Natural History Museum.  Plus, for a limited time only, both Cluedo: The Stolen Stegosaurus board game and Museum Operation Dinosaurs game can be purchased at half the original price – a mammoth saving! 🦕

Cluedo: The Stolen Stegosaurus board game – £15 (was £30)

Holding pride of place in the Earth Hall of the Natural History Museum is a 150-million-year-old Stegosaurus skeleton, affectionately known as Sophie.

Yesterday, in the middle of the night, someone tried to steal the Stegosaurus. They failed, fortunately, but the priceless head and tail of the dinosaur are missing and are believed to be hidden somewhere in the Museum.

The police are on the case but they need your help. Play as one of six suspects and explore the galleries of the Museum to discover who stole the dinosaur’s fossils, where they’ve hidden them, and how they gained access to the Museum.

Was it Ben Green in the Darwin Centre, entering with the stolen Museum pass? Or could it be Mary Plum in the Dinosaurs gallery, using the ladder?

Museum Operation Dinosaurs game – £11 (was £22)

Steady hands at the ready – this clever twist on the classic game Operation will provide kids with hours of fun.

See if they can carefully excavate all the precious pieces of a fearsome T. rex fossil in this new and scientist-approved game.

Help inspire the next generation of palaeontologists whilst having a blast with this family-friendly game.

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