Telephone: 01472 211511
Pleasure Island Theme Park is still the best value day out on the East Coast with its fantastic package of over 50 rides and attractions including their newest feature Furry Friends Farm and Tractor Ride!
Plus the arrival of the Pendulus, standing tall on 4 legs swings its passengers to a dizzy height of 80 feet whilst rotating 360 degrees, and brings the total number of white knuckle rides to a hair raising 6.
These also include the Boomerang rollercoaster, the free falling Hyperblaster, the sky scraping Condor, the nail biting Terror Rack and the high flying Alakazam, a colossal wheel of steel which rockets into the sky at a G force of 2.5.
Try them if you dare! Take in some of the fantastic family shows, including live entertainment from their very own cabaret team and animal antics in the parrot and sealion shows.
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It may be worth checking out Pleasure Island's website to see if there are any special events or seasonal fun things to do that may be going on during the day.
We do strongly suggest you contact Pleasure Island before you set off on your family day out, just to make sure they are open and to confirm admission prices, as there is nothing worse than disappointed kids in the back of your car after a long journey.
The gates open at 10.30am and will close at 4pm, 5pm or 6pm depending on season plus early close on really quiet days.
Prices & Admission
General Admission: any visitor over 1m tall normal rates apply, those under 1 metre Free
Family Ticket (any 4 paying people) £72
Disabled Visitor £12.50
Carer Admission £12.50
What are people saying?
If you've had fun on your family day out to Pleasure Island, tell us about your visit so other people will know it's a great place to go as well.Better than most pleasure beaches
A Big friendly park with plenty to see and do. Bigger rides and better value than any travelling funfair at a fraction of the price. Good for adults, teens and tots alike, there is something for everyone. Pay once and all of the rides are inclusive unlike some parks. 45 minute drive from Hull. Probably quicker and certainly more to do than in Brid. Entry fee just
Reviewed by Fatmansworld on 24/05/2016