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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 day out here using Tesco Clubcard points. I understand it wouldv'e cost us £85 to enter without.
Whilst we did have a lovely day, this place is so tired and needs a little love. Lots of things would benefit from a lick...More
When I was a kid we had a day out with the school and it was one of the best times at school.
We go to Norfolk a lot for a family holiday and as the kids are old we went here. Big mistake!!! When...More
Been here a few times as the kids have grown up, it’s limited to about 5 rides suitable for us. Best ride is now closed as spare parts can’t be found for it which sums up the place in general but such a shame as...More
We went here for my son’s 13th Birthday. It was easy to find and ample parking. There were very few queues anywhere. The toilets weren’t great and the park could do with a lick of paint. We only had chips and a latte, but the...More
We went today, been pretty much every year or 2 for the past 20/30 years and this was the worst ever. Half the Park was shut, rides removed other closed down just left to rot.
Half the food shops where closed and the ones open...More
It’s no Alton Towers. But considering the location , it’s the best you’ll get in the area. Easy to find and car parking was plentiful . We went during the summer holidays , and even then the queues were only 15 mins at the most...More
We visited with two other families, a large part of the park does not open until 12am and on the day we visited there were five rides not running on the rest of the park, one set of dodgems had just four cars and they...More
We live locally and always like to give this place a chance but its just getting more and more run down! Someone seriously needs to get out there and have a tidy up, CLEAN, cut the grass, do a bit of painting, and the toilets...More
Visit pleasurewood hills for the last weekend of the summer holidays with my husband and 2 children age 7 & 9. We used our Tesco club card points to get half price tickets and I’m glad we did as I think the full price of...More
After having season tickets the last 3 years we will not be renewing for next year!!! Every time we visit rides are not working or break down whilst we are there it's very disappointing when the children look forward to a day out but the...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.