The Victorian dinosaur sculptures in Crystal Palace Park are the oldest dinosaur sculptures in the world. Photo by Steve Reed
Pterodactyls outside the Royal Festival Hall in 2010. Photo by Zefrog
Photo by BLTP Photo
The Lego T-rex is from the Art of the Brick at Truman Brewery. Photo by M@
This artwork by Rolando Di Sessa Neto was part of the 2012 Big Egg Hunt in Covent Garden. Photo by Christina
The ParkLife open space event on Oxford Street in 2010. Photo by pirate internet
This dino was protesting against the infrastructure of Blackfriars Bridge in 2011. Photo by Edward Scoble
The Good The Bad and The Ugly by Jake and Dinos Chapman was made for Sculpture in the City 2014. Photo by Andrew Smith
Photo by Dave McGowan
An interesting angle of the famous Natural History Museum dinosaurs. Photo by Ian Muttoo
Andy Council painted Ouranosaurus at Street Fest in Shoreditch in 2011. Made out of London high rise buildings that are already in the City or going to be built there. Also featured is the bridge in Shoreditch and tube trains. Photo by Andy Council
One of the Crystal Palace Victorian dinosaurs in winter. Photo by Kieron Helsdon
For most people, their first port of call to see a dinosaur in London is the Natural History Museum in Kensington. But there are plenty of other dinos dotted around town, at least from time to time — as these pictures prove.
With thanks to the following photographers for use of their photos via the Londonist Flickr pool:
Andrew Smith, Andy Council, BLTP Photo, Christina, Dave McGowan, Edward Scoble, Ian Muttoo, Kieron Helsdon, Matt, pirate internet, Steve Reed and Zefrog.
Last Updated 14 November 2014