Easter at Roarr!

MYTHICAL CREATURES at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure

It’s the first day of half term!! Whoop!! I’m really excited to have some time off work to spend with L and he is really excited to have some time off school. Starting the week off with a bang we headed to one of our faves, Roarr!

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We were team Dragon for sure

This half term they are offering half price kids entry if they go in fancy dress and it was really fun seeing all the kids dressed up, running around and having fun. There are lots of fun activities to take part in too.

We caught up with my sister and my niece and just made the most of the fact that we were somewhere a one year old and a six year old could both have fun and that there were plenty of things for us to do inside in the warm.

I’ve previously written a lot about why we love the park so much, you can check that out here, in the meantime here’s the official lowdown on Fantasy February at Roarr!

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The dinosaur trail was particularly pretty with the streamers and snowdrops

IMAGINATION and creativity are in the air in Lenwade, Norfolk as ‘Fantasy February’ arrives at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure, with half-price entry from Monday 17 to Sunday 23 February.

Children under the age of 16 are invited to get creative with their costumes during February half term, as those arriving in fancy dress will receive 50% off the gate admission fee.

Children will begin their very own adventure by pledging allegiance to one of four teams – from fairies and mermaids, to trolls and dragons – as well as collecting a new map and a Dippy activity sheet.

Secret garden
L loves visiting the pigs

New to Roarr! this year is the park’s first bespoke dino wing mural, which will allow guests to transform into reptiles as soon as they start their journey through the 85 acres of woodland. The 3-metre mural will also give guests the perfect opportunity to share photos of their adventure with friends and family on social media.

The Secret Animal Garden will be home to a variety of ‘Fantasy Crafts’, including making mermaid magnets and dragon gliders, as well as storytelling by Witchettygrub the Woodland Friend, real-life snake and reptile encounters and the chance to share your adventures with the park’s fun-loving mascot, Dippy.

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Dinosaurs are a must

Adam Goymour, company director at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure said: “Fantasy February is set to be an adventurous and fun-filled day out for all the family – from the moment they arrive at the park, children will be encouraged to use their imagination, inspire their curiosity and embark on a real adventure as they unleash their inner creatures with one another.

“We are an all-weather attraction, with indoor and outdoor activities for children of all ages, including Dippy-Ville, our indoor play area and Norfolk’s biggest ball pit, so it’s perfect for February’s rainy weather.”

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This will always be my favourite dinosaur, from when we visited as children to bringing my own, it makes me happy

Predator High Ropes will be open during the February half term as well as the indoor play area Dinomite, as well as the Deer Safari. There will be a dinosaur trail around the park and along the way, children will be tasked with finding letters to spell out ‘Troll’ or ‘Mermaid’ in order to win a team badge.

To encourage the most magical costumes, the adventure park will also be hosting a Facebook photo competition throughout the week. To be in with a chance of winning a family ticket and Roarr-some hamper, children and parents can share their own photos on social
media using a dedicated hashtag.

For more information on activity time slots and to book tickets to the event, visit the website: www.roarrdinosauradventure.co.uk/events/

Go karts
Nipped in for a quick drive about

Disclosure – L and I were gifted our tickets for today so we could see the fun. All images are my own. My sister and niece are annual pass holders.

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