Pleasure Island Family Theme Park: Day Entry For One (£9), Two (£17), or Four (£32) People (Up to 54% Off)
- Rollercoasters, ghost train, mini dodgems, and sea lion shows
- Themed areas such as Africa and White Knuckle Valley
- Seaside location in Cleethorpes
- Entry for 1, 2, or 4 people
- Free entry for children under 3
- Includes entry to family shows
Limit 1 per person or group (2 or 4 people). May buy multiple as gifts.No booking required. Present printed Groupon on arrival. Valid Sat-Sun 10.30am-4.30pm from 28 April to 27 May; also valid Mon 7 May 2012. Valid Mon-Sun 10.30am-4.30pm 2-10 June 2012, and Wed-Sun 10.30am-4.30pm from 13 June to 1 July 2012. Excludes special event days. Free entry for children under 3. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Height restrictions apply for some attractions. Valid for park and family show entry only. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified on 19 April 2012 at 2pm.
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Like the big bang, the school holidays begin with a massive explosion of energy and then absolutely ages of blank, dark boredom. Beat the black hole with today's Groupon from Pleasure Island Family Theme Park. Choose from the following options:• £9 for entry for one person (Up to 51% off)
• £17 for entry for two people (Up to 54% off)
• £32 for entry for four people (Up to 54% off)
About the Park
A whirling world of stomach-stealing rides, ghost trains, and family-friendly water flumes, The Pleasure Island Family Theme Park unveils a fantasy landscape on the coast of Cleethorpes. There are rides like Obliterator, Hyperblaster, and the Terror Rack for those who like their knuckles white, while the lighter of heart can glide in the flying chairs or float in the aquaspheres. The truly tiny can have a go on the Go Gator, the Frog Hopper, or the mini dodgems, while the whole family can marvel at a range of impressive shows. Sea lions display their mastery of basketballs, while the bird show promises wily parrots and awesome tricks from Jethrow, Ollie and pals. All of this is spread across six themed areas, from Africa to White Knuckle Valley, and Kiddies Kingdom where the most junior juniors rule the roost.
There are a number of eating options at the park, ranging from Fatima's Fish and Chips to McCormack's Restaurant and Bar. Should excited pleasure islanders not wish to push steaming chips and fresh-caught fish into ketchup al fresco, they can head inside to the culinary delights of the food court.
Valid for entry on Saturday or Sunday from 28 April to 27 May, on Monday 7 May, seven days a week from 2 to 10 June, or Wed-Sun from 13 June to 1 July 2012.
Park opens at 10.30am; closes at 4.30pm or 5.30pm depending on season.
Pleasure Island has been rated an encouraging 3.5/5 by TripAdvisors. While some reviewers found the rides more to their liking than others, there is general agreement that the theme park can make a great addition to a family trip to the seaside.
I 100000% reccomend [sic] going on the Hydromax. This was by far the best ride and took away my sickness more than add to it! Also the boomerang isn't that bad and a few others.
– Millie B, TripAdvisor, Apr 2012
My 2 kids and their 2 friends loved it as there was an acrobatic show for my younger daugter [sic] and her friend and some good white nuckle [sic] rides for my older lad and his mate.
– chris h, TripAdvisor, Feb 2012