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Southport Pleasureland, Southport

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
2.7/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
Enjoy rides, arcades, and games at Southport Pleasureland. Ride water flumes and roller coasters or one of the gentler rides designed for younger children. Play a game of laser tag at Battlefield Live or take a spin around the F1 go-kart track. Sample typical seaside treats such as ice cream and cotton candy, or bring your own picnic to spread out over one of the grassy areas. Take a look at our Southport trip itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Southport Pleasureland and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Staff not happy working here. No longer a nice atmosphere. The old pleasure beach was a lot more happier, exciting and pleasurabld 
  • Ok for younger kids as they don't expect to much, not cheap but decent thrills. The big wheel is a newish addition and is pretty good 4* 
  • On a sunny day we walked through the park it was all done up for Halloween and pumpkins abounded. three 60 year olds are not the target audience but we had a pleasant time walking around remembering t...  read more »
  • Visited over May Bank Holiday weekend. Going on previous reviews I was unsure how good it would be, well it ended up a great day out there. Management have obviously listened to customers feedback. The main change is how the electronic token card system now works. Previous reviews said you needed one card per person and a minimum top up of £10 was needed; this is (thankfully) no longer true. You can have just one card (£1 to purchase) and then top up any amount you like. Good selection of rides for all ages, my kids (between 10 and 19) were all entertained. The place appeared well maintained and cleaned, pretty sure I didn't spot any litter anywhere. They have now added a new, as yet unsigned, entrance on the promenade next to the petrol go carts too. Great day out, will return.
  • Like others have said the rides were good & I have no problem with the token system. Only drawback was the expense: these are fairground rides yet parents/carers are effectively charged theme park prices. We visit Southport a lot but won't be going to Pleasureland again. The arcades are much better value for money and just as entertaining for the kids.
  • What a great day out i cant wait till my grandson is old enough to take so much more to do than when mine were young and to come out and see all the british flags and france and belguim was just fantastic ...well done southport...
  • Used to be amazing! I remember going on the Traumatizer back in 2006 but when I went back in 2011 it was gone. Very sad to see the park so quiet and empty and I'm sure it is because they got rid of that amazing ride. They need to get it back from Pleasure Beach. Also miss the comet and the lucozade space shot. The end of 2006 was sad
  • This place is nice but fair is on par with a safari park type fair and it do sent offer a all day wrist band the 30 token thing dosent last long so it works out to be a expensive day its not on par with a large Blackpool fair yet the cost is
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