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Bottons Pleasure Beach Skegness

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Alex Rogers wrote a review Oct 2020
Newmarket, United Kingdom1 contribution
I am a regular here at Bottons Pleasure Beach, and I am amazed at how good it is! I have autism and struggle with crowds, but if you try and avoid the six weeks holiday then it's ok with crowds. Various different rides for big and small children, at the end of this review I will say my opinion on what age each ride is for (It's MY opinion) If you are looking for a fun fair with rollercoasters wouldn't recommend here especially for big rollercoasters but if your coming for all of it defo recommend! (COVID) Now the restrictions are ok but there is tiniest amount of social distancing! Waltzer (8+ Years) Pirate Ship (8+ Years) Dodgems (6+ Years) Rockin Roller (10+ Years) Twister AKA Twist (8+ Years) Apple Rollercoaster (6-10 Years) Bumble Bee Rollercoaster (9-12 Years) Dumbo's (4-8 Years) Yoyo's (6-11 Years) Ghost Train (All ages) Formula 1 (3+ Years) Runaway Mine train (7-13 Years) Gallopers AKA Carousel (All ages) Cup and Saucers AKA Tea cups (All ages) Big wheel (6+ Years) Safari Train (3-4 Years)
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Date of experience: September 2020
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dyclarke55 wrote a review Sep 2020
Skegness, United Kingdom35 contributions7 helpful votes
We took our grandchildren age 8 and 9 here on Sunday. Although there is tape on the ground and a few sanitiser machines around, nobody was monitoring social distancing at all. It was crowded inside with long queues. I feel there should have been staff out enforcing this. Nothing was wiped down between rides. I did see dodgem operator make half hearted attempt to wipe the steering wheels with a cloth but that was it.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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bolts65 wrote a review Aug 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom80 contributions54 helpful votes
Went in here a few times our 3 yr old grandson loved it,the only bad thing about it is for a childrens fair,the amount of places to eat outside and people sat smoking while people were eating should be a smoke free zone for the amount of children in
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Fishker82 wrote a review Aug 2020
Oxford, United Kingdom113 contributions24 helpful votes
First fun fair been in for over 12 months. Very busy, lots of rides and arcades and food outlets for reasonable prices. Token system in place, about £1 for 1 token, most tokens about 3 or 4 tokens so decent prices. Weather was variable when we visited, very hot, then very windy, then hot again, then rainy etc, but we were fine. Dogs are welcome, we had one with us. I went on Ghost Train and Queen Bee, very cute rides.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Simon K wrote a review Aug 2020
Alvaston, United Kingdom255 contributions80 helpful votes
We had a great visit to the fair one evening in August. It was a Thursday evening and it wasn’t too busy despite the warm weather. Tokens are £1 each, 25 for £25 or 40 for £30 or you can get a wristband at £20 per person daytime, £14 in the evening. We tried a number of the rides, the Ferris Wheel (2 tokens) which there was no queue for was great fun and offered good views of the beaches. The Caterpillar (2 tokens) was a bit mild for my daughter and I, the Dumbo ride (2 tokens) brought hilarity as my daughter could control the height of the ride and the Queen Bee (3 tokens) was a great little coaster. We revisited on the Saturday, during the day and once again we had a great time. The pirate ship (2 tokens) which still scares me was fun, the yo-yo ride (2 tokens) and runaway train (2 tokens) were great for younger children. The toilet facilities were clean and free (usually 10p to access) and entrances were limited due to Covid-19, with temperatures being taken as you enter. The staff were also very well trained regarding social distancing and rides were limited to members from the same household.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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