Pleasurewood Hills – is a fantastic family theme park located in the East of England, between Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth. You just can’t ignore it! This theme park was refurbished in 2013, not so much time ago, eh? So, we guess you didn’t try it yet. Well, come on down to try new rides, attractions and performances for the whole family.
Rides at the Pleasurewood Hills
Along with renewed rides there are absolutely new ones, presented to visitors in the 2013 season:
Hobs Pit (min age 12) – one of the scariest rides in the UK! not for the faint hearted. Will you dare to try it? If you do, then nothing else will scare you. You’ll face to face with a trapped miner, possessed by the Devil in this breathtaking journey through an abandoned mine. Along with this scary ride there are six more thrill rides. Get soaked on the Timber Falls or spin in 360 degrees at the Tide Traveller. Try the tallest, fastest and most extreme rollercoaster in the East of England – the Wipeout. So, check how brave you are and step on one of the most thrilling Pleasurewood Hills rides.
Pleasurewood Hills offers great time spending for the whole family. Pedal boats are waiting for you at the Pleasurewood Lake. Take your whole family for an adventure on Snake in the Grass. It’s furiously fast coaster which will leave you with great emotions after such ride. There are nine more swings, rides and exciting journeys to experience for the whole family.
For the youngest visitors there is a kiddie zone with ten rides in it. Your child can enjoy a traditional tea cup ride at the Woodies Tea Party or climb on board and have mariner’s fun with Moby Dick. There is so much to do and so much to see, so prepare for the whole day of fun in Pleasurewood Hills.
Attractions at the Pleasurewood Hills
Watch the Sea Lion and Parrot shows. After shooting in the Laser Labyrinth, relax in the new Terrace Cafe whilst the children have fun on the adventure playground. Plus, there’s loads more attractions to explore in the 50 acres of enclosed coastal parkland. It’s a perfect place to arrange your child’s birthday party or a school excursion at the end of a school year.
Dining places at the Pleasurewood Hills
Pleasurewood Hills offers many various places to go dining or have a snack. You’ll be spoilt for choice out of 10 venues with yummy food for any taste. From sweets and ice cream to healthy food options from salads, pasta and vegetarian –there is a choice for everyone. In the Flying Fish taste a traditional fish & chips. Go to the largest sit down restaurants in the theme park – the Merry Mariner and have a refreshing pint in the summer sun.
Pleasurewood Hills Prices
The Entrance to the Pleasurewood Hills is free for children under 1 metre. The ticket price for one day for children aged 11 and under is £ 16 and seniors and disabled will pay £ 13.50. As for adults it’s £ 19.00. The cost might be changed over some time, so do the check up on their official site: www.pleasurewoodhills.com Besides, it’s cheaper to buy tickets online and if you’re going to this theme park with a group, there are some discounts for you.
Highlight of the day
It’s definitely the new Hobs Pits ride! The unforgettable walk and ride with live actors and stunning visual effects! However, please note that there is a minimum age of 12 for this new ride.
Nearest Train Station : Lowestoft
Parking : free.
Website : http://pleasurewoodhills.com