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Share your views about Dippy on Tour for the chance to win a prize!
Dinosaur fans are being asked to share their views on the Dippy on Tour exhibition at Norwich Cathedral. The Natural History Museum has commissioned a survey and those who take part could win a £50 gift voucher.
Photo highlights of Dippy on Tour in Norwich
More than 234,000 people enjoyed visiting Dippy during his 16-week stay at Norwich Cathedral - here are a few photo highlights!
Dippy the dinosaur says farewell after welcoming more than 234,000 visitors
Dippy the dinosaur’s visit to Norwich Cathedral came to a close with a very special farewell service on Sunday after a 16-week stay which attracted more than 234,000 visitors.
Dippy at Night in pictures
Our farewell light spectacular Dippy at Night saw the Natural History Museum's famous Diplodocus cast lit up in an entirely new way in the Nave of Norwich Cathedral.
Cathedral bells to ring out for COP26
On the final day of Dippy on Tour, Norwich Cathedral is joining churches across the country in ringing its bells on the eve of COP26, the United Nations Climate Conference in Glasgow.
Dippy attracts more than 200,000 visitors so far at Norwich Cathedral
As the Dippy exhibition celebrated reaching the 200,000 visitor milestone in Norwich, Blue Light workers enjoyed a special preview of the Dippy at Night farewell spectacle.
Half-term highlights for Dippy's final week
From a light spectacular celebrating Dippy to the return of the GoGoDiscover T.rex sculptures – there’s lots happening to ensure the iconic Diplodocus bids farewell to Norwich in style.
Schoolchildren and Cathedral Choir Sing to Dippy!
Dippy’s visit is being celebrated with song as Norwich Cathedral Choir and local schoolchildren perform the premiere of a new piece of music around the iconic dinosaur.
Dippy at Night light spectacle announced
There are just under five weeks left of Dippy's stay at Norwich Cathedral and plans are now being put in place for a spectacular farewell for the iconic Diplodocus cast!
Dippy inspires 9,000 pledges to protect the planet
Dippy the dinosaur’s visit to Norwich Cathedral has inspired more than 9,000 visitors to make individual pledges to help protect the planet for the future.
GoGoDiscover T. rexes set to go on show in Cloister
The dinosaurs that decorated Norwich's streets this summer will be heading to the Cloister in October to help celebrate the final week of Dippy's stay here at the Cathedral.
Free virtual science workshops for schools
DNA scientist and author Dr Mandy Hartley is hosting two virtual science workshops which will be available for schools to download later this month.
More than 100,000 people visit Dippy so far
More than 100,000 people have enjoyed visiting Dippy since he took up residence in Norwich Cathedral’s Nave in July.
Artist's illustrations highlight important themes of Dippy's visit
Artist Rebecca Osborne’s illustrations in the Cathedral's Nave explore the issues of climate change and global food security.
Explore the wave sculpture in 360 video
Thousands of people have enjoyed walking through the wave of 3,000 fish and now people can also explore it virtually.
A behind the scenes look at the wave sculpture
A 360 video captured on camera the creation of the 10-metre walk-through wave in the Hostry.
Knit-o-saurus trail launched
Dinosaur fans can enjoy spotting 13 knitted prehistoric friends in windows around the Cathedral Quarter until Saturday 30 October 2021.
Dippy captured on canvas
Dippy the dinosaur has been captured on canvas in his latest surroundings by Norwich-based artist Gennadiy V. Ivanov whose work uses art to put a spotlight on science.
Stunning wave of fish with a serious message
A unique art installation inviting people to walk through a 10-metre wave of 3,000 fish has been created in the Cathedral's Hostry as part of the Dippy on Tour.
Stunning snapshot of Dippy's arrival in Norwich
Filmmaker Rob Whitworth has created a stunning snapshot of Dippy arriving at Norwich Cathedral.
Dippy on board buses across Norwich
Buses celebrating Dippy the dinosaur’s visit to Norwich Cathedral are helping to spread the word about the 900-year-old Cathedral’s prehistoric guest.
Children invited to take part in Drawn to Dippy project
Children are being invited to take part in Drawn to Dippy, the Teacher Scientist Network's unique celebration of Dippy the dinosaur’s visit to Norwich Cathedral.
Talk series inspired by Dippy's visit
Join us in the Nave every week for Talkative Tuesdays, a series of talks, lectures and discussions inspired by Dippy the Dinosaur’s visit to Norwich Cathedral.
Choristers welcome Dippy
The Cathedral’s choristers celebrated Dippy's arrival by singing Rutter’s All Things Bright and Beautiful around the Diplodocus cast before putting the final toe bone in place.
Dippy build under way in Nave
Dippy has been travelling the country inspiring people about the natural world and now work is under way to assemble the famous Diplodocus cast in the Nave of Norwich Cathedral.
More details revealed about Dippy's Norwich visit
The nation’s favourite dinosaur is preparing to head to Norwich Cathedral next month and now we can reveal more details about what is in store for dinosaur fans.
Enjoy a sneak peek of some Dippy events
From film nights to dino tales and talks, there will be lots of events for dinosaur fans of all ages to enjoy during Dippy’s stay - full details will be available soon!