Ghostly Halloween tales, creepy quests and eerie trails are set to capture the imagination of families – as Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure launches its spook-tacular Half Term experience.
The 85-acre park, based in Lenwade, will host Dippy’s Halloween Days from 24th October to 1st November – with mysterious and magical activities taking place every day.
Brand new for 2020, guests can join Vincent the Vampire at the Graveyard for some spooky Halloween tales and embark on a spine-tingling expedition with the Dinomite gang – following clues to find out whether there is a Werewolf in the woods!
Another new attraction is the Halloween Witch Crafts with Bobble-de-boop the Witch – taking place inside Dippy-ville – with individual craft tables to adhere to social distancing guidelines.
The park is set to offer a COVID safe event, but with the same hair-raising Halloween experience guests have become used to. Families from across East Anglia and beyond set to unleash their adventure with further entertainment including a terrifying trail to find the Blue Skeleton Parts, Dippy LIVE and more.
Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure will also host inclusive days – where a Mobiloo will be in the park on Tuesday 27th through to Thursday 29th October.
Ben Francis, Park Events Manager at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure said: “We have built up a ROARR-some reputation for our Halloween events, and Dippy is excited to showcase this year’s spook-tastic Half Term event for the whole family.
“We know it’s tough to find things to occupy children through half term and Dippy’s Halloween Days is here to take the stress out of thinking about it. We’ve got lots of activities, live shows and surprises lined up for visitors, who can expect a good value, safe yet entertaining day out.”
To see the full live show line up and to book tickets, CLICK HERE.
Tickets for guests 90cm and over cost £16.50 each, whilst children under 90cm are free to attend. Reduced rates are available for Registered Disabled/Carers.
Tickets will be limited due to Covid-19 guidelines and social distancing around the park, so book early to avoid disappointment.