Ranked #5 of 16 attractions in Lowestoft
Category: Amusement/ Theme Parks
As part of a £3.5 million investment pledge over the next 4 years, Pleasurewood Hills has four new rides for 2013....
As part of a £3.5 million investment pledge over the next 4 years, Pleasurewood Hills has four new rides for 2013. Significant resource has also been spent refurbishing the Theme Park making it an even more vibrant place for a day out for all the family. New rides for the 2013 season will include: Hobs Pit - one of the most scary rides in the UK – not for the faint hearted - coming soon. Pleasurewood Paddlers - the return of the pedalos to Pleasurewood Lake. Woody's Tea Party - a traditional family tea cup ride and Moby Dick – climb on board for mariners fun for the youngsters.Since 2011 when the Looping Holding Group, who own seven attractions across Europe, took over the park, a total of nine new rides and attractions have been added to Pleasurewood Hills. Last year saw the following new rides and attractions being introduced:The Jolly Roger – a 40 metre drop tower, their highest exhilarating ride yet. The Lighthouse – a thrilling kid’s shoot-up-tower propelling you above the tree tops. Pleasurewood Pony Rail – a gentle family fun ride. Laser Labyrinth – an adrenaline fueled indoor laser game and Illusionist Magic Show – performed by Britain’s Got Talent star, Sean Alexander in the Castle Theatre. Day visitors also have the opportunity to ride ‘Wipeout’, the tallest, fastest and most extreme rollercoaster in the East of England!