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After a day exploring the Great Yarmouth seafront, what better way to finish off the day than by heading to Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach. Celebrating the summer Saturday evenings in style Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach have added Coaster Cabana tropical evenings to their schedule.
Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach
The Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach is a historic amusement park located in the seaside resort town of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, on the English east coast. The park first opened in 1909 and has been operating ever since. The largest and most popular ride at the park is the Roller Coaster which was built there in 1932.
Location and Booking Info
The Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach is currently operating on a session basis, entry tickets include access to all of the rides and attractions (providing height, health and safety restrictions are met).
All persons entering the Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach INCLUDING NON-RIDERS will need to purchase an entry ticket. Under-12s must be accompanied by a responsible paying adult. Under-3 entry is free but a valid ticket is required for each toddler.
Transforming the Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach into a tropical playground for the ultimate summer party nights. Running on Saturday evenings throughout the summer between 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm. Enabling everyone to enjoy unlimited rides during the 3-hour session. Alongside tropical dancers, speciality performers, live DJ sets from Club Tropico and pop-up cocktail bars.
Visiting one of the Coaster Cabana evenings Piglet adored the atmosphere and was living her best life dancing alongside the tropical dancers, especially when they invited her up on one of their platforms to join in with the dancing and show her some of the steps and actions. Alongside marvelling at their beautiful costumes and intrigues by the performers who were juggling and doing a variety of acts.
With three children in different age categories, it can be a juggle and often a compromise on what each one is able to do when we visit attractions. Our first family visit to Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach did not disappoint, with an array of rides available from child-friendly rides for Piglet and myself to enjoy. Whilst Roo, Tigger and What The Dad Said headed off to explore the bigger, thrill-seeking rides.
Having access to unlimited rides meant that the children were able to try out all the rides before heading back onto their favourite ones (time and time again – Piglet loving the Bonanza ride so much she went on it at least four times). If you want a bird’s eye view of Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach and surrounding seafront then the Monorail is the perfect way to do this – Although I have to confess to taking calming breaths at times, a little too high for my personal liking, but Piglet loved it.
Fun for all the family, the Coaster Cabana evenings at Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach transport you to a tropical park for three hours of rides, fun, dancing and flower garlands.