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Dinosaur Adventure Park
Weston Park


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Enjoy the ultimate family adventure at the Dinosaur Adventure Park, voted Norfolk’s top family attraction by the Good Britain Guide 2000 and 2004 also winner of the Berry Savory Tourism award 2004. Discover life size giants of the past on the Dinosaur Trail – run from the T-Rex, wander under the legs of the towering Brachiosaurus and tiptoe past the roaring Stegosaurus.

Make friends with creatures great and small in the Secret Animal Garden, including our expanded creepy crawlies area, with snakes, bearded dragons, water dragons, iguanas and lots more. Meet our Creepy Crawlies and Scaly friends, have fun in the Fun Barn and Petting Barns. For more action and excitement climb, slide, scramble, and swing in the Adventure Play Areas, including the 75ft action-packed Climb-a-Saurus, Assualt-o-Saurus and Tiny Pterosaurus for the under 5’s. Plus Raptor Racers, Jurassic Putt Crazy Golf, Indoor Playarea, Fossil Dig and Lost World Maze.

Watch award-winning Dinosculptor, Tony Pusey, at work and view his amazing metal creations.

Visit Dippy’s Diner, Gardener’s Cottage Tearoom and other outlets for hot and cold meals and snacks, or bring a picnic. Souvenirs and gifts available from Base Camp Sales and Supplies.

With so much to see and do, It’s Time You Came-n-Saurus!!!!


Months Open: 18/3 – 10/9: Daily
11/9 – 22/10: Fri, Sat & Sun
23/10 – 29/10: Daily
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Must be pre-booked
Discount for Groups: Yes - Must be pre-booked
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £7.95
Children: £6.95
Seniors £6.95
Under 3's free
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant/Café/Refreshments

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