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Childrens Pleasure Park, Southampton

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  • We took 4 of my 5 grandchildren aged 18months to 9 yrs. The place is very old, dirty, broken down and I was frightened for the safety of the children. Pleasant staff but after spending £10 on tokens w...  more »
  • The Pleasure Park seemed like it was stuck in the 1940's. All rides very run down and out dated. Even a lick of paint would make this place look a lot better. The slides are the best thing but the kid...  more »
  • try running your own buisness, i will beat you struggle espically the amount they have to pay for the electric, water, opening up a day might cost £50, if there is no people in at all then they opened...  more »
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  • One of my favourite places in Southampton. I remember playing here as a child, as does my mother. Apparently, the late owner of the park actually built most of the rides himself from recycled materials for his children (that now run the park). Wonderful place full of wonderful memories. ❤️❤️❤️
  • Simple fun . A hidden gem. Who needs all the glitz and 21st century rides? This place is great yes it may not be polished and perfect but that's what makes it so refreshing. No entrance fees just pay for the rides with a prepaid token. It won't break the bank either. Trampolines, Helter skelter, Roundabouts​, Swing boats and more. Yes take yourself back to a time when life was much simpler and believe me the kids will still love it....
  • Great fun but don't think i would want to be locked up there at night. Kind of creepy.
  • A permanent funfair of sorts. Unfortunately most of the rides are in a fairly poor state of repair. Young children will find plenty to amuse themselves. Given the prices, it's not great value (though cheaper than a traditional funfair). Possibly worth a visit, if only for the uniqueness of the attraction.
  • Something other than a playground, a cool place to spend time with the kids, at an affordable price. I recommend, we've been here once and i'm sure we'll be back.
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