First look at Norfolk's new interactive dinosaur attraction

Roar! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs.

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs. (L to R) Intrepid explorers, brothers Adam, 9, Harrison, 4, and James Clarke, 7, are preparing to enter! - Credit: Donna-Louise Bishop

It has been one of Norfolk's most beloved attractions for years. 

Now, Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure, based in Lenwade, is ready to delight a whole new generation with the opening of its latest creation.

The Valley of the Dinosaurs is an interactive and immersive Jurassic trail, featuring new animatronic and static dinosaurs. 

It promises to create enjoyment for all prehistoric fans, transporting them back in time to a land where dinosaurs roamed freely.  

Roar! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs.

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs. Visitors are welcomed by a baby velociraptor - Credit: Donna-Louise Bishop

As well as the new animatronics, the valley is also host to interactive AR points that can be used via an app and a magic mirror where families can make photographic memories to take away.  

This month there will be offer-price tickets up for grabs at almost half price on Mondays and Tuesdays. Usually £17.95, tickets will be £9.95 for Dippy's Jubilee June. 

And to round the month off, Roarr! is bringing back its award-winning event, Dinos at Night, for one night only on Saturday, June 25.

Roar! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs.

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs - Credit: Donna-Louise Bishop

Roar! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs.

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs - Credit: Donna-Louise Bishop

Roar! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs.

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs. James Clarke, 7, gets to grip with the new technology on offer - Credit: Donna-Louise Bishop

Roar! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs.

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs - Credit: Donna-Louise Bishop

Roar! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs.

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs. Adam Clarke, 9, comes face-to-face with a triceratops - Credit: Donna-Louise Bishop

Roar! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs.

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs - Credit: Donna-Louise Bishop

Roar! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs.

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs - Credit: Donna-Louise Bishop

Roar! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs.

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs. James Clarke, 7, tries to sneak under a t-rex - Credit: Donna-Louise Bishop

Roar! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs.

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure opens its new attraction Valley of the Dinosaurs. Brothers Adam, 9, and James Clarke, 7, get friendly with a baby triceratops - Credit: Donna-Louise Bishop