Messhams Wall of Death is now open at Dreamland.
Shows are on every hour from 11.30am until 4.30pm (last show) each day from today (July 24) until Sunday, August 6.
Entry to the amusement park is free. Tickets for the Wall of Death show are £3.50 or £3 for park members.
Measuring 20ft high and 30ft in diameter, The Wall of Death brings together speed, skill and daredevil ability.
Run by the internationally renowned Messham family, the famous attraction brings thrills and excitement as the Messham family cling to their state of the art Indian motorcycles and steer their way round the Wall of Death.
The Wall of Death is a fairground side show steeped in history. Referred to as the smallest and steepest racetrack in the world, the attraction leads visitors to the top of the Wall of Death stairs, where riders speed past, mere inches away from them.
With motorcycle stunts from start to finish, Messhams Wall of Death presents and operates Europe’s oldest motorcycle sport show.
Now in its fourth generation, Messhams have established and upheld an international reputation for excellence of performance and presentation.
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