Norfolk’s top dinosaur park Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure is ready for the spring season as it opens two brand-new attractions and re-opens two of its popular summer activities, Predator High Ropes and Dippy’s Splash Zone.
The park, which is surrounded by 85 acres of enchanted woodland, has opened Dippy-Ville, a brand-new soft play area which boasts an interactive BEAM floor game, wall activities and padded areas with large building blocks. The virtual playground is perfect for mini dinos to let their imaginations run wild and for keeping the younger visitors entertained during a whole family day out.
A new party room, set in the park’s new dedicated party area, is now open to host the region’s dino-themed festivities for kids of all ages. A special party package includes park admission, a buffet-style meal, party bags and a visit by much-loved mascot Dippy, complete with a personalised birthday card signed by Dippy himself.
Adam Goymour, park manager at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure said: “We can’t wait to welcome guests from all over the country this spring, particularly as we have opened bigger and better attractions than we’ve ever had before.”
Roarr!’s very own water park, Dippy’s Splash Zone, has also re-opened for the summer months, which has 31 different water play features across its 755sqm, ranging from a large water bucket and slides, to plenty of cannons and jets.
The world’s first parallel sky rails, Predator High Ropes, is also now open at weekends and holidays and every day throughout July and is included in the roarr-some admission price. It offers an exhilarating high ropes adventure for the older children with many challenging elements, including sky rail zip. At 34m long and with three lanes and two levels of difficulty to choose from, children and adults alike are challenged to survive the Predator.
Children under 90cm tall can now visit Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure for free, with ticket prices remaining the same for adults and children over 90cm, starting at £13.95. Families of four can enter the park for under £60 when ordering tickets online, and under £70 when paying at gate admissions, with a family saver ticket starting at £56.00.