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I happened upon Barry Island on accident. If you like Carnival towns...this is the place for you. I am not a fan. I am however a huge fan of the view I got of Bristol Chanel. So if nothing else, take a picnic and spend...More
We went to this park while we stayed in Cardiff, it’s a short ride on train. Everything looks a bit old, but it’s still fun. We played on the coin machine for quite a while and won some little things. It’s definitely good for children....More
Yesterday we went on the Ferris Wheel. We were one of 3 families on the wheel. The park was quiet as the weather was not good. There was nobody waiting to join the ride.
We were given just 2 revolutions. 3 is usually the minimum...More
Main issue here is that the whole place looks very tired and run down. I noted from the website that it is up for sale so would benefit from some investment.
The staff were disinterested and it was hard to enjoy yourself with such an...More
Visited with quite alot of family around all ages and we all enjoyed it - the beach was clean and very sandy lots of shops nearby - you can also go for walks up in the mountains - there is a lovely lady by bay...More
So after travelling for just over two hours we arrived at the very beautiful and well kept Barry Island. The actual place itself is great. However we travelled here to go to the “pleasure park” as we were on holiday and it being our sons...More
We had a lovely day at Barry Island, we were staying 20 minutes away so got the bus in, easy and only a short walk across the causeway to get to the Pleasure Beach, lovely shops and funfair rides good value. The sea front was...More
There is free kerbside parking all around.If it's busy, you may have to circle a bit, until someone moves. Cars often get tickets for parking in restricted bays. The Pleasure Park has on site reasonable charges.