All you need to know ahead of the 2023 season at the Pleasure Beach
From the rides and attractions to entry prices, here is all you need to know ahead of the 2023 season at Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach.
When does Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach reopen for the 2023 season?
The much-loved Norfolk attraction along the Golden Mile reopens on Saturday, March 25, at midday.
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What are the opening days and times?
The opening times vary depending on the time of year so refer to the calendar on the Pleasure Beach homepage, with the season ending on Sunday, October 29.
On the last five evenings of the season is Fairground Frights, with a late-night opening for Halloween.
What are the main rides and attractions?
There is something for everyone, with a mix of adrenaline-fuelled and child-friendly rides.
The star attraction is the traditional wooden rollercoaster, one of only two still standing in the UK, and it opened to visitors in 1932.
There is no log flume anymore as this water ride has just been demolished, with the carriages auctioned off for charity.
What are the entry prices?
There has been an overhaul of the entry prices this year, with three different options available, and there are discounts or free entry for people with disabilities and carers.
It is also cheaper to pre-book your entrance passes online.
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Wristbands - with unlimited access to all the rides from open until close and it costs from £15 to £25pp.
Fun Card - with 10 credits for £10 this is a new pay-per-ride option, which can be topped up at self-service machines in the park. Each ride has credit value between two and five.
Entrance Only Fun Card - Spectators can enter for £5
What food and drink is available?
There are plenty of food and drink outlets inside the park, offering everything from burgers to ice creams.
Are dogs allowed?
Well-behaved dogs are allowed in the park, but they must be kept on leads at all times.
What is in place for visitors with disabilities?
There is a dedicated section on the website under the 'plan a visit' sub-section, which breaks down the accessibility of each ride.
Where can I park?
Car parking is available at the south end of the Pleasure Beach, which costs £2 for up to two hours, £5.20 for two to four hours and £8 for more than four hours.