Dippy the Dinosaur is off on an adventure

Dippy the Diplodocus is one of the Natural History Museum's most recognisable residents.

It was given to the London museum in 1905 by a rich business man and the giant skeleton has been amazing visitors for many years as they enter the museum's main hall.

It isn't a real dinosaur but a life size plaster replica of the skeleton of a Diplodocus.

Now Dippy is on the move on a trip around the UK, watch this video to find out more.