• Megg

ROARR...Dinosaur Adventure

At the end of June just before the school holidays we visited Roarr dinosaur adventure park in Norwich for the day and had so much fun!

From the minute you park there are dinosaurs everywhere and sound effects its really well done and for a good 15 minutes Grace thought they were real! The staff were super friendly at the reception and we had our photo taken as we entered the park to view later. The childrens playground was just as you enter and one of the best I have visited, There were so man slides and climbing aparatus and tunnels as well as a giant Dino to run through and a trampoline! Its a shame the weather wasnt bright and cheery as the splash park looked awesome we will definately be visiting again to make good use of it! Top tip: pack a towel & cossie!!

We started the Dinosaur trail to collect stamps for a medal at the end of our day and came across some really life like statues and figures of various species of dinosaurs and plagues telling you all about them Which was helpful for me!

at the bottom of the park is a lovely fish & chip cafe and high rope activity which we didnt do due to Graces age and me being pregnant but would be fantastic for older children! We visited the animal farm area which was small but some adorable critters more guinea pigs than ive ever seen in my life! Grace & Rob had heaps of fun milking the pretend cow into a bucket.

They had meet and greet times to see the animals being fed and pet them too so worth keeping an eye on the days timetable.

We had lunch inside the softplay area and found it very reasonably priced for a childrens theme park and a fantastic soft play as well as large outdoor climbing frame with slides, Grace made a little friend on and spent a good hour climbing and running around with him.

after lunch we found a fossil digging area where we pretended to be archiologists and dug for dinosaur bones and skeletons ( I secretly loved this!) before making our way to the go karts for Rob and Grace to enjoy whislt I watched with a hot tea from the cafe.

Honestly I cannot explain just how much fun this park is and how much there is to do for tots and older children alike! There is a baby indoor play at the bottom of the park we poked our heads in to see but didnt stay as Grace was too interested in the play area again at this point and the trampoline built into the ground.

Finally we finished our day after doing the dinosaur maze and having icecreams before getting sucked into buying every toy in the gift shop but not before Grace got her medal for collecting all the dinosaur stamps around the park! Woohoo!

I would so highly recommend a trip here to any family looking for a fantastic day out with a variety of activities and for all ages! We are certainly coming back , and even thinking of getting a season pass! There are buses from Norwich center for easy access if you dont drive you can get a train and then the bus, Lots of local hotels to choose from or caravan sites by the coast to make a real break of it, we love Norfolk for the seaside and days out and now our new favourite!

Thank you so much for inviting us! @roarr_dinosauradventure we had a Roarrsome time!!



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