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Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure wins best large attraction 2018

It certainly is an exciting year for Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure having been crowned Norfolk and Suffolk Tourism Association’s Best Large Visitor Attraction in Norfolk and Suffolk 2018 after their recent rebrand from Dinosaur Adventure. The rebrand has been two years in planning and now with significant investment into the infrastructure in the park, Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure continues to provide the ultimate family day out in the region.

The 85 acre park offers a host of exciting and fascinating attractions including animatronic dinosaurs in natural surroundings, as well as “Dinomite”, Norfolk’s largest indoor play area and “Dippy’s Splash Zone” a 755 square metre water play park, with a giant tipping bucket and slide. Other well loved attractions in the Park are a life size dinosaur trail, “Xtinction”  fossil hunt and the Secret Animal Garden. However, this year sees the launch of two new offerings – The Explorers Restaurant; a “Steam Punk” themed restaurant seating 200 people and in the new Predator High Ropes attraction, opening this Spring, featuring the world’s first parallel sky rail.

Park Manager Adam Goymour explained that Predator High Ropes, part of the £1.8million pound investment in 2018, came from visiting parks in UK and attending tourism sector conferences across the world, to keep abreast of the latest offerings and provide something innovative and unique for Norfolk.

The move comes as the Park moves to appealing to an older market, attracting families of all age ranges with the broader offering of attractions and activities. This extends on from not only the host of seasonal events but the well-attended adult scare event – PrimEvil at Halloween.

When asked about the expansion, Managing Director Martin Goymour said “The world continues to evolve. You cannot stand still, if you stand still you get left behind. And we want to be at the forefront of what Norfolk has to offer”

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