A ROARR-some Summer of fun awaits at Norfolk’s premier dinosaur themed adventure park. Set in 85 acres of woodland, Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure, based in Lenwade, offers a full family day out of a Jurassic nature.
With over 20 roarr-some attractions and up to 13 live experiences, there is something to suit all ages – offering real value for money with a jam packed dino-tastic daily schedule.
Popular attractions include Dippy’s Splash Zone –open daily until September 29 – offering 31 water play features in 755 square-meters of rubberised safety flooring.
In addition, Predator High Ropes is an exhilarating experience which boasts the world’s first parallel sky rails! Other attractions include the much-loved Dinosaur Trail, Dinomite Indoor Play and Secret Animal Garden.
The park will be celebrating the birthday of their legendary mascot Dippy between July 29 and August 4. Guests are invited to celebrate Dippy’s Birthday Week with a ROARR-some party. Join in the birthday games, take part in some disco dancing and most importantly of all, eat some birthday cake!
The park has also announced a brand new initiative to help visitors access the park during the Summer Holidays. The Roarr! DinoBus, operated by First Buses, will offer two return journeys every day from Norwich City Centre to Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure, stopping at key villages on the way. Free to visitors of the park, it will deliver passengers directly to the admissions area of the attraction.
Following visitor feedback, the park identified a need to improve the arrival of its customers and create a safe and affordable option for visitors without cars.
Adam Goymour, company director at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure said: “We are really excited as the new bus service will enable local families to travel to and from the park at no expense.
“We all know how important family time is and it’s great that we can give everyone a chance to experience a fun day out at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure.”
Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure is currently trialling this service to offer visitors a safer route into the park and an additional experience that young families can enjoy during their day out. If the service is a success, then steps will be taken to make it an ongoing offering.