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Set within 50 acres of enclosed coastal parkland and just 10mins from the seaside town of Great Yarmouth, Pleasurewood Hills Family Theme Park has so much to do and explore, visitors can whizz around on the HYPER DRIVE dodgems NEW for 2015 the 11th...more
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We had a good day out and our four year old son really enjoyed himself, particularly as there were Hallowe’en characters, etc about. Most of the rides we wanted to go on were open, with few (if any) queues. This was an unexpected bonus, given...More
Visited during Pleasurewood Chills firework event and had a great day out!
All rides, shows and attractions were open with a great atmosphere and ride waiting times wasn’t too long. Sealion and parrot shows were fantastic and so was the Halloween show in the Castle...More
Went in October half term and very dear for what is there.
There was a mini railway and re themed for halloween and they open it at 3pm, hence it only runs for 2 hours. Waited half hour to get on it and gave up...More
We arrived after 1pm as we'd travelled a long morning. We were slightly reluctant to pay for the day, though we did have discounts, when we saw how empty the car park was. This is a great indication of how good the park is isnt...More
Had a good day, a bit pricy for the standard of the park. All you can eat pizza was good but not cheap.
Did think charging £2.50 for Mr Whippy with a flake was bearable but when I asked for strawberry sauce they only went...More
We went on a Thursday in half term with my two daughters, 7 and 4. I have been coming here since I was a child and yes, it is tired and overdue a refurb but we really like the following :
Free carparking not far...More
Soooo disappointed! Main ride closed no information given when you pay!
£19 for a child 1.1 metre who could not go on most rides!
Toilets dark and dirty!
Kids allowed on Arriel ride with no warning they are made to get off the other end...More
Response from Michelle J | Reviewed this property |
Yes!!!! Pleasurewood has many rides that would suit a child if that age, my son is seven and is only just under the marker that recommends an adult, unless your 8 year old is smaller I'm sure he would be fine, Pleasurewood... More
Yes!!!! Pleasurewood has many rides that would suit a child if that age, my son is seven and is only just under the marker that recommends an adult, unless your 8 year old is smaller I'm sure he would be fine, Pleasurewood has its own large section for smaller riders too ❤️
Response from Carrsontheroad | Reviewed this property |
I must admit, we didn't notice any which is a shame as this time of year with little ones running around it would be ideal. Carrying bottles around full all day from home isn't great as unless in a cool box, it wont be cold... More
I must admit, we didn't notice any which is a shame as this time of year with little ones running around it would be ideal. Carrying bottles around full all day from home isn't great as unless in a cool box, it wont be cold when needed. I have visited somewhere recently where they had a free water refill stall manned by a member of staff which got around the no fountain issue but was a welcome sight.