Changes a(dinosaur)foot at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure
We at Mumbler are BIG fans of Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure! Even Nana Mumbler has given it her seal of approval as she was amazed there is so much for families to do there. She even claimed that Gramps Mumbler, aka Grumbler, who has a grumpily short attention span, would manage to be entertained all day – ha, praise indeed!
You may have seen news that the family owned theme park has been busy investing a cool £2 million in upgrades and improvements, and have recently launched its new Predator High Ropes attraction, the world’s first parallel sky rails with twin lanes of zip wires, ready for the summer. At 35 metres long, Predator High Ropes is the longest in Europe with two levels of difficulty and as you can see from the video, it looks pretty amazing. I’m really disappointed I couldn’t make it to the opening night to try it out but I will definitely be having a go next time we visit!
Owned by the Goymour family since 2006, Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure, which rebranded in 2018 from Dinosaur Adventure, attracts over 300,000 visitors a year – I’m pretty sure we’ve been around 4 times this year alone, my Mini Mumblers really do love it.
If you’ve not been before, the 85-acre park, which is open all year round except Christmas Day and Boxing Day offers true family fun adventure of a Jurassic nature, including animatronic dinosaurs in natural settings, Dippy’s Splash Zone and Dinomite – Norfolk’s largest indoor play area. They’ve also recently upgraded The Explorers restaurant giving families another choice for somewhere to recuperate and refuel during their day at the park.
“The park is family owned and managed and we are hugely proud of what we offer to families. We believe that our approach of continually investing in our offering, means that we are always improving our visitor experience and giving families a reason to keep coming back to us,” said Adam Goymour, Park Manager.
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