Roarr Dinosaur Adventure

Dippy’s getting old. He must be as I used to go to Roarr Dinosaur Adventure as a child. Although it’s nothing like the modest dinosaur trail it use to be known for. We visited again on his birthday and enjoyed Dino dancing to some cheesy classics at his special Hawaiian themed party and Aztec mask trail.

Roarr Dinosaur Adventure

Roarr! is one of the largest attractions in Norfolk and always has something going on, especially in the school holidays. As season ticket holders we sometimes visit on a hot day just to use Dippy’s Splash Zone. And for those wet weather days there’s no better place to be than Dinomite Indoor Play Area. Hours of fun and 15% off my coffee!

Little Kids

Roarr Dinosaur Adventure

I’ve started taking Little Bo Poop now too as there’s a separate play area for the teeny tiny’s, Dippy-Ville, which is much quieter than the main indoor play. Wilba loves to see the pigs on the farm who are pretty skillful with a football. The archaeological dig area has been vastly improved since moving from its original location and can now be found next to the big dinosaur slide.

Big Kids

Roarr Dinosaur Adventure

The main attraction must be the Predator! High Ropes, making this a destination for older kids too. The boy was very proud as this time he tackled the top platform. Just don’t forget your closed-toe shoes on a hot day. Although if the worst happens they do have some for £8!

Roarr Dinosaur Adventure has a new pricing structure so check the website if your thinking of getting a pass and book online before you go to save a bob or two. It’s also worth noting that Roarr! now operates a height payment system so children above 90cm do have to pay. Darn my tall genes!

Roarr! are also making it easier for Town folk to join in the fun by providing a free, yes free shuttle bus from Norwich city center during the holidays.

Rain or shine, I hope to see you at the park over the summer – it’s roar-some! 😘

* We are pass holders but I was gifted a few extra passes to take Nanny and The Boys’ friend. As always though words are my own.