Dragon Eggs Spotted In London Ahead of Easter

April 07, 2017 9:20 AM

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Dragon Egg In London
Londoners have been scrambling to the Embankment to get a glimpse of one of the city's most astounding new arrivals. Nestled up against the feet of this imposing beast, a group of egg-squisite Dragon eggs were captured warming themselves in the sunshine, under the famous dragon boundary mark on the entrance to the City of London.

In what is sure to be one of the rarest egg hunts you'll see this Easter holiday, egg-static passers-by even witnessed one hatch before their very eyes. Spotted beneath the dragon's protective wing, the delivery of cargo is reported to have lost its way en route to DreamWorks Tours: Shrek's Adventure! London.

Playing host to the magical creatures until 23rd April 2017, visitors to the family London attraction will be challenged with a very special How To Train Your Dragon egg hunt as they search for rare specimens during their tour of Far Far Away.
Dragon Egg In London

How To Train Your Dragon Egg Hunt

On arrival for their DreamWorks Tour, guests will learn of a recent mishap in which a delivery of rare Dragon Eggs, en route to the Island of Berk, malfunctioned in mid-air; dropping its cargo over Far Far Away. The Eggs could have landed anywhere and guests must help locate them! As they explore Far Far Away on their journey to find Shrek, guests will have the egg-xtra challenge of spotting all of the eggs.

Featuring puppetry, special effects and a sprinkle of magic, the specially created baby dragon is a first for the attraction. Guests will be fascinated as the baby dragon comes to life thanks to the nurturing touches of the expert Egg Nurse and the help of the guests.

The Dragon Egg Hunt is included in normal ticket prices. Advanced booking is recommended as the experience will only run for a limited time.


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