Family theme park situated in 59 acres of Suffolk countryside
Day out for one (£11.50), two (£23) or four (£45) people
Mix of big rollercoasters and smaller rides for young children
Sea lion and parrot shows
Miniature railway and chairlift
Restaurants and cafes on site
Children younger than 3 or under 1m tall enter free of charge
The Fine Print
Expires 4 September 2013.
Limit 1 per person or 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts.
No booking required. Present printed Groupon on arrival. Further information:
Under 12s must be accompanied by an adult; adult may require ID. Laser labyrinth session incurs surcharge of £1.50 per person; go-kart session £4 per person. Some rides have height restrictions and may not be suitable for young children. Valid on option purchased only. Original values based on full-priced adult tickets and verified 10 July at 15.35pm.
Pleasurewood Hills beckons thrill seekers to its soaring rides, exhilarating drops and assortment of tamer trips for young kids. Guests can spend the day exploring at their leisure, with rollercoasters, sea lion shows and tranquil train rides to enjoy.
Encountering action, adventure and a few screams along the way, Groupon finds out more about what's in store at Pleasurewood Hills.
What's going on a Pleasurewood Hills?
Situated within 59 acres of Suffolk woodland, the theme park is designed to welcome adventurers of all ages. Originally opened as an Americana-themed park, it is now celebrating its 30th birthday with a few new rides and added family fun.
What thrills and spills are in store?
Those looking for an adrenaline rush can head to Wipeout, where they'll loop the loop around the wavy track at speeds of 50mph. Alternatively, The Jolly Roger sends landlubbers plunging to experience g-forces of 5.5, and the bravest guests can explore the park's newest horror in the dark depths of Hob's Pit.
How about the little uns?
Smaller visitors can still get a thrill on the mini pirate ship, or riding on the Pleasurewood Ponies. Whole families can hop aboard the chairlift for sweeping views of the action. Magic, parrot and sea lion shows offer further visual treats.
Where can visitors refuel?
There are various restaurants and cafes in the park, with a sit-down restaurant offering full meals and snacks as well as refreshing tipples for the grown-ups. A traditional fish and chip shop provides for munching on the move, while tea rooms provide a quick lift in the form of a cuppa and a slice of cake.