Barry Island Pleasure Park

Barry Island Pleasure Park

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Barry Island Pleasure Park

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Barry Island Pleasure Park is an amusement park situated on the coast at Barry Island in the Vale of Glamorgan, about 10 miles south west of the capital city Cardiff, Wales. The park opens annually at weekends from Easter onwards and daily during the school summer holidays, until the first weekend in September.

Barry Island contains a wide assortment of shops, bars and restaurants. The Pleasure Park was once famous for its Scenic Railway which dominated half of the site in the mid-20th century, but was partially destroyed in a strong gale during 1973 before being dismantled. Many of the scenic railway's beams were used in the building of the current Log flume ride, which remains one of the parks most popular attractions.

The pleasure park has over thirty rides and attractions, including the Log Flume, Viper Rollercoaster, Sea Ray Pirate Ship, Dodgems and many others. Park entrance is free of charge, and ride tickets were available from the park ticket boxes.

Several Amusement arcade are located around the pleasure park.

Barry Island Pleasure Park is part owned by Ian Rogers, who used to run Welsh discount chain Hypervalue before it ran into financial difficulties in recent years. In 2006, a company called Hilco UK Ltd who specialise in dealing with failing retail businesses assumed control of the ailing Hypervalue group and commenced disposing of various Hypervalue stores...
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