Enjoy a thrilling day out at one of the UK’s favourite theme parks! The award winning Blackpool Pleasure Beach is one of the ideal family days out with some of the most exciting theme park rides and attractions.

Blackpool Pleasure Beach celebrates 120 years of fun with a brilliant line up of events throughout the year. It has never been a better year to visit to the UK's most ride intensive park. 

ThemeParks-UK is giving you the chance to win tickets for Blackpool Pleasure Beach so that you can enjoy all the rides and attractions in the park.

Alton Towers has submitted a full planning application for Secret Weapon 8, a new wooden roller coaster in the area previously occupied by The Flume, to open in 2018.

The ground-breaking new ride development is likely to be built by Great Coasters International and may feature a launched lift hill section along with several inversions.

Blackpool Pleasure Beach celebrates 120 years of fun with a brilliant line up of events throughout the year. From spectacular fireworks and late night rollercoaster riding to epic fun for kids, high adrenalin aerobatics and stunning live performances and music, 2016 has never been better year to plan a visit to the UK's most ride intensive park.

A new Events Guide is available with details of everything going on at the park this year.

Travel back in time for a Jurassic family adventure at Paultons Park in 2016, as the Lost Kingdom arrives featuring two new roller coasters and much more.

Opening 17th May 2016, step into the Lost Kingdom, a prehistoric world where dinosaurs still roam the earth. This new land will join the other themed areas Peppa Pig World and Critter Creek as the theme park continues to develop.

ThemeParks-UK was invited to the press preview to enjoy all of the new rides and experiences in the Lost Kingdom, and here is our review.

A new 4D film experience starring the LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS is coming to the Imagination Theatre at LEGOLAND Windsor from Saturday 28th May 2016.

In an immersive 4D animated adventure created especially for LEGOLAND, it’s up to the LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS to defeat the evil Jestro, the Book of Monsters and all their Lava Monsters, with wind, water and smoke bringing the battle to life all around the cinema. Visitors can also go on a quest of their own to discover six shields hidden across the theme park to unlock exclusive ‘power ups’ for the LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS Merlok 2.0 mobile app.

Derren Brown’s Ghost Train is running late, not due to leaves on the line, but while final tweaks are made to the remaining elements to get things absolutely perfect.

The new attraction at Thorpe Park will be a world's first, one-of-a-kind multi-sensory theme park experience. It was due to open on 6th May, which was changed to the end of May, but it is now delayed indefinitely.

Chessington World of Adventures has begun a public consultation on their long term plan for the theme park, including a new family roller coaster, 45 safari-themed lodges, ride/animal attractions and infrastructure work.

The purpose of their emerging Long Term Plan is to guide planned investment over the next 5 to 10 years, with the aim of continuing to grow the resort as a short break destination and keep on attracting day visitors in a competitive market.

Travel back in time for a Jurassic family adventure at Paultons Park in 2016, as the Lost Kingdom arrives featuring two new roller coasters and much more.

Opening 17th May 2016, step into the Lost Kingdom, a prehistoric world where dinosaurs still roam the earth. This new land will join the other themed areas Peppa Pig World and Critter Creek as the theme park continues to develop.

ThemeParks-UK is giving you the chance to win tickets to Paultons Park so that you can enjoy all the new rides and experiences in the Lost Kingdom.

The developer of London Paramount Entertainment Resort in Kent has once again delayed submitting a planning application for the £3.2 billion attraction, raising concerns over its proposed 2021 opening. 

Full plans for the development scheme at the Swanscombe Peninsula site were due to be submitted to the Government this summer, but this will not now happen until the second quarter of 2017. 

The ancient and historical location of Stonehenge in the Salisbury plain is going to have a new attraction that could overshadow the thousands of year old stones. An American businessman with roots to the UK has recently submitted planning to build a brand new 42 acre theme park right next to the Stonehenge tourist attraction.

The star attraction will be the Stonehenge Big One roller coaster and will be modelled on the same principle of Blackpool’s biggest ride standing at 213 ft in height and a top speed of 74 mph. The gigantic Stonehenge roller coaster should be seen for at least 30 miles from its location and will block out all sunlight to the famous rocks.

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