4 Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth NR30 3AE 01493 844215

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5 Feb

Pleasure Beach

Entry to the Pleasure Beach on Great Yarmouth is completely free, visitors can come and go as they please. Rides are paid for by tokens or wristbands purchased at main reception or at machines inside the park.

The Pleasure Beach is currently rated in the top 10 of all leisure parks in the country with in excess of 1.4 million visitors a year. Ample car parking exists adjacent to the park. Height restrictions are in force on some rides.


Free entry
Park is free to enter, ride with tokens – pay as you go, or buy all day wristband.

2012 Prices:
Maxi Wristband (7yrs & Over) Off Peak £17.00 per wristband
Peak £19.50 per wristband

Midi Wristband (4-6 Years) Off Peak £13.00 per Wristband
Peak £15.00 per Wristband
Opening details

Season Dates Opening Hours
Notes Open 24th March – 4th November 2012.
Days and times vary and can be subject to weather conditions – please telephone for confirmation.

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Richard Hardy
Tel: 01493 844585
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Pleasure Beach
South Beach Parade, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 3EH


See location on Google maps.

Map reference: TG 531062 Lat: 52.59519 Long: 1.73581

By Road
From the A47: Follow signposts to Great Yarmouth and then signposts to seafront and Pleasure Beach.

By Rail
From Great Yarmouth station it is 1 mile to the Pleasure Beach.
Parking : free

Accessible by Public Transport : 1 mile (1.6 kms) from Great Yarmouth station

Disabled parking on the car park opposite.