16 Mar Enjoy hare-raising fun this Easter at local adventure park
DIPPY and the Madhatter are inviting children for tea this Easter at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure’s very own Wonderland in Lenwade from Thursday 2 April to Sunday 19 April.
The park’s 85 acres will be decorated in an Alice in Wonderland theme, where guests young and old can follow the White Rabbit on a secret adventure through the Dinosaur Trail to find missing eggs, make friends with the Cheshire Cat or dare to play croquet with the Queen of Hearts.
From Friday 10 April to Monday 13 April, Peter Rabbit™ will be visiting the park for a full weekend of Easter antics. At intervals on each day, families will be able to see the mischievous bunny and hear all about his tales with Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail during story time sessions lead by a narrator.
Ben Francis, park events manager at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure said: “We can’t wait to welcome Peter Rabbit™ to the park during the Easter weekend, it’s a brilliant opportunity for children to come and meet the world-famous character. We’re also excited to see Wonderland return to the park as all the decorations really bring the magical story to life.
“We have a variety of indoor and outdoor activities to suit families of all ages, including Norfolk’s biggest indoor play area, Dippy-Ville, and Predator High Ropes and Dippy’s Splash Zone will also re-open for the first time this year as we prepare for summer.”
Dippy’s Disco Dancing will return to the Birthday Party Room every weekend of the holiday from 11am and young ones can also get creative with the park’s mascot and his woodland friends during arts and crafts at the Secret Animal Garden.
As part of World Autism Week, the park will be holding an inclusive weekend on Saturday 4 April and Sunday 5 April. The volume of music and dinosaur sounds will be reduced throughout the park and a quiet room will also be available.
Park tickets for adults and children over 90cm are £14.95 and children under 90cm go free. Family season tickets are also available to purchase.