More exhibition highlights

A time tunnel, a wave of fish and lots more!

From a time tunnel taking you back to prehistoric times to a wonderful wave of fish - there were lots of other things to explore as well as seeing Dippy!

More about Dippy in Norwich

More about Dippy in Norwich

Dippy the dinosaur’s visit inspired lots of other great displays around the Cathedral created by many different local organisations.

Here were some of the highlights:

1. Time Tunnel

Visitors could step back in time to the age of the dinosaurs in a time tunnel that was created by Norwich School students and pupils from other local schools.

2. Fossils

A fascinating display from Norfolk Museums Service gave visitors the chance to see some amazing fossils up close and find out how the rocks beneath us tell the story of Norfolk’s deep history and the world millions of years ago.

3. Wave Sculpture

Artist Mark Reed’s unique sculpture Your Waves Go Over Me invited people to walk through a wave of fish and think about the importance of water through the ages.

4. Spotlight on Dippy on Tour themes

Artist Rebecca Osborne’s illustrations explored some of the important themes of Dippy’s visit – climate change and global food security.

5. Reflection Zone

Here visitors could think about the world today and what they could do to help protect it for tomorrow.

6. Green Hearts

Norfolk WI members created Green Hearts to encourage everyone to think about the Earth’s future and help combat climate change.

7. Adam Sedgwick Exhibition

The Cathedral’s Library hosted an exhibition about a 19th century Canon of Norwich Cathedral who was also one of the founders of modern geology.

8. Hawk and Owl Trust Watchpoint

The Hawk and Owl Trust’s watchpoint in the Cathedral Close gave people the chance to find out more about the peregrine falcons who have made the Cathedral’s 315ft (96m) spire their home.

Dippy on Tour