Dreamland reopens rides, roller disco and arcades on April 1


Dreamland reopens the park on April 1 with the addition of some new rides/activities.

Alongside the Scenic Railway, Big Wheel, dodgems and other park regulars will be new family rides and activities the Rock ‘n’ Roller coaster, Mirror Maze, Miniature Railway and  Crazy Golf.

The ride line-up on the Dreamland website also shows the helter skelter, mirrors, hurricane jets, chair-o-plane, busy bee coaster, whirl around, waltzers, Austin cars, double decker and gallopers.

Thrillseeker rides such as Pinball X and Pendulum were sold during 2021-22.

Opening times are listed as weekends and holidays, 10.30am (park opens) 11am for rides until closing at 6pm. The park remain free to enter with rides by token.

Dreamland says it is mainly cashless and ride tokens can be purchased from the booths on park, where payment can be made by card or contactless methods.

The amusements, roller disco and arcades also reopen on April 1.

On Easter Sunday (April 9) Dreamland will hold a free egg hunt with eggs hidden around the park for guests to find and one very  golden egg. Find the golden egg and hand it in to win a Dreamland day out for up to six people.

Last month Dreamland was granted a new premises licence which allows the doubling of outdoor events and extends eight indoor events per year from a 2am closing to 4am.

The licence, which will be reviewed after 18 months, also permits the park to hold four-dayer events – up from the current two-dayers- although there must be at least 28 days between each of these.

Find opening details at www.dreamland.co.uk.

Dreamland licence approved to double outdoor events and extend 8 indoor events to 4am closing