The pleasure beach is located on the seafront at Great Yarmouth, and plays host to one of the oldest rollercoasters still operating - the classic scenic railway first opened in 1932.
|Season||March to October|
|Owner||Pleasure & Leisure Corporation PLC|
|Nearby||Pleasurewood Hills (6 miles)|
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Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach is a traditional coastal amusement park, found just off the beach at Great Yarmouth in Norfolk.
The park first opened in 1909. Its most famous ride is the sceni railway, which came to Great Yarmouth in 1932 after having been bought from the Paris Colonial Exhibition where it was run in 1929. As with traditional scenic railways of the period, the rollercoaster's speed is controlled by a brakeman who rides onboard the train manually operating a brake lever.
Other more modern rides at the park include a spinning wild mouse rollercoaster, a haunted house dark ride and a carousel.
Spinning wild mouse
Swinging pirate boat
Carousel built in 1901
Spooky dark ride
Movies with special effects
Children's tea cups ride
Wacky worm kiddie coaster