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The Pleasure Beach with its mixture of high-octane rides and traditional attractions sits at the top of Great Yarmouth's Golden Mile dominating the seafront skyline with its famous Skydrop. Spread over nine acres, the Pleasure Beach offers huge...more
Pleasure Beach South Beach Parade, Great Yarmouth NR30 3EH, England
All reviews log flume roller coaster fun house all ages family star buy wristbands thrill seekers height restrictions theme park great fun value for money ghost train tesco vouchers big wheel few hours year olds great value
The kids really enjoyed the visit..so many rides to keep them occupied..I suppose it is not bad value for wristbands..when you consider how long the kids played for..to me it all seemed a bit dated..and a lot was there for years..
Love the dipper but needs other new rides
Seams to just have the same ones yearly so gets boring the 4d cinema is fun new ones yearly but the rides no luck on new ones not really worth the 20 pounds per person bands with...More
Lots of rides, some old some newer.
All seems very well kept.
Great bit of nostalgia as I remember riding the same roller coaster and log flume as a child (I'm now 31).
Only downer is it's a little on the expensive side.
Been twice now in quick succession, limited rides but good enough for young excitable kids. Not a patch on Blackpool thou. If its a sunny day that makes all the difference but if its dull and wet oo that changes it alot.
If your staying...More
I know people say it's expensive we had a pleasant surprise as both being disabled we were entitled to a discount. Ok it's never going to match the likes of Alton towers but my partner and I had great fun felt like we were kids...More
It's down to the designers of the coasters and all rides. Wat they state is law. Operators are not aloud to let children on as if anything happened to them, the operater would be fired and the park heavily find. Not just... More
It's down to the designers of the coasters and all rides. Wat they state is law. Operators are not aloud to let children on as if anything happened to them, the operater would be fired and the park heavily find. Not just pleasure beach this goes for any park around the world. Hope this has helped u out. Helen. Please come back and visit us again.