Jurassic film at Haldon Forest

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Event Date:

26th September


Socially Distanced Open Air Cinema: 2m x 2m seating pitches will be provided for each booker (maximum 4 people per pitch). If you’re booking more than 4 tickets please all arrive together so you can be allocated adjoining pitches. For full information about how we’ll be managing social distancing at our screenings, please click HERE

An adventure 65 million years in the making, among the trees at Exeter’s Haldon Forest Park. Join us for Steven Spielberg’s original and best dinos-on-the-rampage thrill ride, as the Oscar-winning Jurassic Park roars on our open-air big screen.

Food and Drink: you are welcome to bring your own food and drink to this event, including alcohol. No glass, please.

Other Information: Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. The film is rated PG. Deckchairs will be provided for those purchasing premium seats, all other customers selecting standard seating must bring their own low-backed camping chairs or deckchairs.

Weather policy: screenings go ahead in all but worst weathers. Only if there’s heavy, prolonged rain or high winds forecast will the screening be postponed or cancelled. No refunds will be given unless the screening is cancelled.


12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Jurassic film at Haldon Forest HALDON FOREST PARK
Bullers Hill
Exeter EX6 7XR
Jurassic film at Haldon Forest

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