*This is a review that was written for Picniq which is a website that helps parents discover new and exciting places to visit*
Situated around 25 minutes from Norwich is the UK’s largest dinosaur adventure park. Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure is ideal for the whole family, there are activities for toddlers to adults and for everyone in between. Based in a 85 acre park, there are a huge number of activities from Predator! High Ropes, Dippy Splash Zone, Dinosaur Trails and countless outdoor play areas as well as some amazing indoor play areas such as Dippy-vile and Dinomite.
Admission to Roarr! is based on height, so you pay if the same amount for a child over 90cm and an adult. You can book tickets via Picniq and using purchasing tickets through Picniq means that you are getting the best prices! The admission price does include all the activities apart from the deer safari which is in the farm section of the park but this is only a couple of pounds extra and well worth it if your child loves farms and tractors!
The dinosaurs which are all around the park are amazing! They are life size and dotted all over the park so there are so many to see and they make great photo opportunities too. The main section of the park to see them is the trail though, this is where you can see the majority of them and there are information plaques next to the dinosaurs so you can find out more about them.
I would say that Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure is better for a good weather day as a lot of it is outside but if the weather isn’t a worry for you then it makes a great day out all year round. Kids love the different areas of the park and the farm is a huge hit. It includes chickens to pigs to reptiles and they even do sessions where you can get up close and personal with the animals.
All in all Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure makes an amazing day out for all the family. There is a wide range of things to do and you can easily spend from open to close there. The cafe and facilities there are perfect for young families and the staff are very friendly. I would 100% recommend a visit if you are in the area.