Theme Park Business Unveils Upgrades Following Investment Boost

Norwich’s Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure attraction has revealed the extent of a £2 million investment, ahead of the summer season.

The family-owned business has seen the arrival of a new high wire visitor feature, together with an upgraded restaurant, a new building and major improvements to its infrastructure.

Attracting over 300,000 visitors every year, the themed park is owned by the Goymour family and has in recent days marked the launch of its Predator High Ropes attraction – which offers the world’s first parallel sky rails with twin lanes of zip wires.

“This latest round of investment means that the park will appeal to older children and crucially the teenage market, which strengthens our family feel. We have also invested heavily in the infrastructure as well as a significant £900,000 upgrade to The Explorers restaurant,” said Adam Goymour, park manager.

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 park is family owned and managed and we are hugely proud of what we offer to our customers. We believe that our approach and the continual investment in our offering means that we are always improving our visitor experience and give families a really strong reason to keep coming back to us,” said Adam.


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