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Dinosaur Adventure Park


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Explore and play in 100 acres of woods and parkland, discovering the amazing world of the dinosaurs.

On arrival set off to explore the Dinosaur Trail Meet the animals and new Creepy Crawlies in the Secret Animal Garden, with educational activities and demonstrations.
Discover tribes and creatures on the Neanderthal Walk.

Enjoy the Raptor Racers, Jurassic Putt, Lost World A-mazing Adventure, Assault-o-saurus and Arachnophobia before heading back home.

New indoor play area 'Dinomite' with a two-level area totally dedicated to the under 5's. Inside you will find everything from climbing nets, bridges and ball pools right up to the three massive slides.

Dippy's Diner, has a range of healthy eating options to suit every appetite. Gardener's Cottage offers a range of hot and cold food and drinks. Snack Shacks selling hot and cold snacks, drinks & icecream.

Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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  • OnTheHuh

    21-May-2014 Report

    This is one of the best days out in Norfolk for children!
    The best thing about the Dinosaur Adventure Park is the playground. There are many dinosaur inspired play things like the spinosaurus, inside which children can climb and then slide down it's tail!

    There is also a dinosaur trail which is very good - there are lots of dinosaurs with built in sound effects - but the terrain is uneven and steep at times.

    Around the park there are 8 stamps which need to be collected in order to collect a medal. There are 8 different medals to collect and my children have enjoyed going back time and time again to complete their collection.

    There is a Pets Corner at the far side of the park where you can see rabbits, snakes, goats and even wallabies.

    The food is probably the weakest point of the whole place but there are ample places where you can have a picnic - the children can even go in the stocks afterwards!!

    Would thoroughly recommend this place to anyone but to get the most out of it I would recommend your oldest child be 3+.

    This is the sister park of Banham Zoo and Africa Alive. Admission to any one of the atttractions in isolation is expensive, but a season ticket allows free entry to the park yuou buy the ticjket in and half price entry to the other two. This makes it much more affordable and we make use of this on a regular basis.

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