Introducing The Predator High Ropes at Roarr Dinosaur Adventure

Introducing The Predator High Ropes at Roarr Dinosaur Adventure

Last night Eowyn, Kaide, Neva, Lochlan and myself went along to the official opening of the Predator High Ropes at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure and had a look at the upgraded Explorers Restaurant following a £2 million investment to the park.

The Goymour family owned theme park in Lenwade near Norwich  officially launched its new Predator High Ropes attraction – which offers the world’s first parallel sky rails with twin lanes of zip wires.

At 35 metres long, Predator High Ropes is the longest in Europe with two levels of difficulty and is part of the new round of investment to the popular dinosaur- themed family park, which this year won Best Large Visitor Attraction in the 2018 EDP & EADT Norfolk and Suffolk Tourism Awards.

“This latest round of investment means that the park will appeal to older children and crucially the teenage market, which strengthens our family feel.” said Adam Goymour, park manager.

This was certainly true as Kaide (12), Neva (15) and Lochlan (18) loved it as much as Eowyn (9) did, I also gave it a go, my favourite part being the zip wire at the end!

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.

The children have been huge fans of Roarr Dinosaur Adventure since they were very small and with our ever expanding family there was always something to keep all of the children occupied, from raptor racers through to the secret farm garden, so the addition of the ropes means every single one of the nine in our family will continue to have a great day out.

How To Find Roarr:

Lenwade Norwich, sat nav : NR9 5JE

Opening Times : 9:30am – 4pm October- March

9:30am – 5pm Mar – July

9.30am – 6pm during school summer holidays

Book online to save money on tickets, under 3s are free.

If you live locally, why not consider an annual pass for £75 per person, or a 2 year pass for £125 per person.

Open everyday except Christmas Day and Boxing day, it really is a year round attraction.

 

 

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