Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure near Lenwade is quickly becoming one of our favourite family attractions in Norfolk. We have reviewed Roarr! Dinosaur adventure in the past and you can read them here. This time, we only took Cleo as Elsa had Chickenpox so how was the Roarr! for a 2 year old?The first thing to bare in mind with Roarr! is that the admissions have changed. It is now based on height. So Cleo is just over 90cm which means that she no longer gets in for free. Personally I think this is fine as Cleo can play on pretty much everything there. It makes sense for them to charge for Cleo to get in when she can enjoy the day as much as an older child. Roarr! is obviously made for children of all ages in mind, with climbing frames, indoor play and an impressive splash zone. A child of any age would enjoy a day out.
A child under 90cm is free and children over 90cm and adults are £14.95. This is their standard rate but they do have lower rates for certain dates.
We have been taking the girls to Roarr! since they were babies and we have never been disappointed in the activities for younger children. The farm is brilliant for a bit of down time too and there is a restaurant to have something to eat or drink as well as toilets (these get very busy in the summer holidays). For older children, there is also the predator high ropes course. We were unsure if there was lambs and sheep at the farm so being pregnant, I stayed back to have a drink at the restaurant and Daddy took Cleo to have a look. The 3 pigs called Peppa, George and Dinosaur were a big hit for obvious reasons!
Climbing frames and Dinomite are a big part of our day at Roarr! There seem to be climbing frames everywhere you look. It is a child’s dream, they even have swings for children who have disabilities which is a bonus for us, if we were to take Rory for the day. For warmer days, there is the splash zone but younger children would have to be joined by an adult for their safety so if you don’t mind getting a bit wet then this is definitely a must do!
There wasn’t anything other than Predator and the larger slides that Cleo couldn’t do. Roarr! have also recently opened up a new toddler area which has soft play and an interactive floor so there are endless choices on how you spend your day!
To find out more visit the Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure website.
*Disclaimer – We were gifted tickets to Roarr in exchange for a review*