Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach (Great Yarmouth) Reviews
Description:South Beach Parade, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. NR30 3EH. Telephone 01493-844585. Fax 01493-853483
Newest Review: ... it does have in bucket-loads (apart from sand) is FUN!!! From the amusement parks to the rides, everywhere you look you see people having fun! There is something for everyone of all ages. Britannia Pier has a lot of rides that younger children might like. Plus they have the original TubTwister ride, which has been there as long as I remember. That is such a fun ride! Further along the ... more
Customer Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach (Great Yarmouth) Reviews (4)
by - written on 13/09/11 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I don't think I have ever visited any seaside town that is so essentially English as Great Yamouth! I first went there as a child and absoultely LOVED the pleasure beach! It had everything a child could want. Rides, donkeys, amusements and all backed by a lovely beach! Heaven! I took my kids there when they were small, and even now as they are all heading into adulthood we all still love to go to Great Yarmouth for the day. The parking is good and close to where you want to be and there are plenty of places to eat and of course plenty of loos! I think what I love about the place is the vibrancy. Yes, it's tacky. Yes, it's crowded. Yes, it has it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/10 (Very useful, 256 readings)
We had a cheap and cheerful holiday last week to Great Yarmouth in Norfolk and out caravan park was on the sea front, a short drive from all the attractions. Our favourite attraction of all was the pleasure beach, situated at the far end of the sea front attractions. There is relatively good parking near the pleasure beach, with pay and display roadside parking costing £3 for 4 hours and £5 for unlimited time. Once at the pleasure beach, you can choose to pay for your rides in several ways, either by buying tokens or a wristband. A wristband costs £10 for small children and £16 for older children and adults. Tokens cost £1 each, but if you buy a £25 bag ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/01, updated on 06/06/01 (Very useful, 515 readings)
Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach is situated at the north end of the seafront. Then entrance is free, but there are 2 options of payment for getting on the rides. These payments are: A) By tokens. Tokens cost 50p each, and rides cost from 1 to 4 tokens per ride. The most expensive ride is the wooden Roller Coaster, which is 4 tokens. The cheapest rides are the kiddies rides, like the Formula One, Drag Cars etc. B) The second method of payment is by wristband. This entitles the bearer to unlimited rides all day from opening time to closing time as many times as they like! Wristbands cost £9 per person. This, I think, is the best value around! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/01, updated on 12/05/01 (Very useful, 2630 readings)
The Pleasure Beach is the main fun fair in Great Yarmouth. Although I have written an opinion on Great Yarmouth, I thought I would now look at the Pleasure Beach. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ The Pleasure Beach is situated on the seafront, at the north end of Marine Parade. It is free entry, and a choice of payment plans are available for getting on the rides. As you walk into the fair, to the left is the office where you can buy your tokens and wristbands. Wristbands ~~~~~~~~~~ Wristbands cost £9. Although for the past few years they have been £8. They have gone up £1, but there is more offers and deals concerning the ... Read the complete review
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