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Pleasureland, Arbroath

(2.5/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • We take the kids here a lot and they just like us big kids love it. My son has mobility issues and is on oxygen and these guys go above and beyond to make him feel just the same as everyone else using...  more »
  • We popped in here after having a walk around the West Links Park. A decent sized amusement arcade with the usual sort of machines that you would expect to find in such an establishment. There is also ...  more »
  • It's so old it's retro. Good to waste an hour or so. It is really outdated but kids like. Memories of childhood thirty years ago!  more »
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  • Amusement arcade suitable for all ages. Does appear a bit dated now, but then I have been going there for over 30 years. Some rides and attractions have height limits, so make sure you check these before you buy the tokens to go on them. Once younger kids get above a certain height, they will probably only really want to go on the dodgems. The human gyro and waltzer are probably not an going to be of interest to some. Shorter kids can get onto the trampolines, inflatables, merry go round and some other smaller rides, so more for them to do. Some games and rides provide tickets to claim prizes at the end of your stay. However, as the good prizes require a large number of tickets, it can take a while to get enough together. However, you can put your tickets into a machine and get a receipt to let you snowball them up over a few visits. Pleasureland is not a bad place to spend a few hours, but you might be better off going to Jumping Joeys instead, especially if you have taller, but still young, kids. Slot machines are very poor as some are only paying out 70%, so don't expect to be winning much back when you put your money in. There are 2p machines and these can provide more entertainment as they take longer to take all your money.
  • Obviously aimed at kids this is a surprisingly large enterprise. Housed in what looks like a generic, large factory unit, it's home to the usual "penny falls" machines, one-armed bandits, video games etc but it also has some physical fairground rides like waltzers, dodgems etc. As an adult I found it pretty boring but it kept the kids amused for an hour or so. A reminder of the halycon days of British seaside holidays
  • Has the be the most dull place to call itself 'pleasurable'. It's in need of a big revamp, and some livening up, because it hasn't changed in the whole time I've known it to be around.
  • Great place for the kids. Newly spraypainted looks awesome much more updated.
  • Brilliant place has great offers £9 for an 8 hour wrist band for the amenities