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Offering over 40 rides and attractions from thrilling roller coasters to gentle children’s rides, Brean Theme Park is the UK’s largest free admission theme park. Sooty, the hit CITV series is filmed at Brean Theme Park.
Brean Theme Park Rides and Attractions
Brean Theme Park has more than 40 attractions on offer both including indoor and outdoor Roller Coasters, the Wild Water Log Flume, Dodgems, Crazy Boats, Waveswinger, and what is claimed to be the UK’s best Ghost Train – Terror Castle. Children’s rides include Fantasia, Looney Tunes, the Caterpillar Coaster, Bumpy Slide, Cups and Saucers and many more. There is something for all ages and all adrenaline levels.
The rides and attractions at Brean Theme Park are split into four categories, cash Only attractions include the Go-Karts and Congo Adventure Golf.
In order to ride the attractions, you can either purchase Wristbands to ride all day or Tokens to pay as you go. Purchase either Sooty Tots wristbands for unlimited access to all children’s rides (for children 0.8m-1m), Junior wristbands (for those 1m to 1.19m) or Mega wristbands for unlimited access to all rides (1.2m and above).
Rides and attractions included in the Mega wristband include Crazy Loop, a fun looping roller coaster ride which was formerly located at Flamingo Land Resort in North Yorkshire between 1986 and 1995. Xtreme is the tallest ride in the park, offering a thrilling ride experience and panoramic views as riders are lifted hundreds of feet into the air. Astro Storm is an indoor four-man Bob rollercoaster which previously Operated at Blackpool Pleasure Beach as Space Invader II. Wipeout is a swinging pendulum type ride and Wild Water is a log flume ride. Magic mouse is a wild mouse spinning rollercoaster and Jetspin a spinning disc ride. Disco Fever is a Crazy Frog style ride which bounces riders as it spins. The remaining attractions included in the Mega wristband are X Factory a Miami style ride with the addition of water jets and the dodgems.
The junior wristband features a selection of family-friendly rides, highlights include Sizzler, a classic twist ride and a fast-spinning ride named the Ultimate. Amongst the other attractions included in the Junior wristband are the Terror Castle ghost train ride, claimed to be the best in the UK and Sky Diver a drop tower ride.
The Sooty’s Tots wristband is for children between the height of 0.8m and 1m. Guests in the Sooty’s Tots category can enjoy the Caterpillar roller coaster, The Looney Toons and Fantasia car rides, the Pony Express and many more fun rides and attractions.
CITV Sooty Show
Brean Theme Park is the home of CITV’s Scooty, the show is filmed here and children have the chance to meet Sooty daily with the Sooty meet and greet. Visitors can see the actual props and sets used filming the show and see 60 years worth of Sooty memorabilia.
Food and Drink
With all the excitement that a day out at Brean Theme Park brings, you’ll need to recharge your batteries. From a full meal to a simple snack and coffee, you’ll find plenty of choice including burgers and hotdogs, tempting hot doughnuts, cooling ice creams and sweeties galore.
Travelling to Brean Theme Park
Brean Theme Park is located in the coastal resort of Brean, near Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset. 15 minutes from junction 22 of the M5 motorway. From here, head towards Brean and follow the Brown Tourist Signs. There is also lots of accommodation available nearby.
Travelling by Train
The nearest railway station is at Western-super-Mare. From Western-super-Mare visitors can get either a taxi or the bus. Search for your train tickets using Train Genius.
There are lots of places to stay in Brean and the surrounding area. If you only planning on visiting the park for one day and would like to explore some of the other attractions in the area then take a look at the self-catering cottages near Brean Theme Park available from Snaptrip.
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In 1946 Albert and Marie House bought Unity Farm, and for the next 30 years operated it primarily as a dairy farm with a herd of 140 cows. They supplied milk that was bottled on the farm to people in the local area. Two years later, permission was granted to change the use of a small section of the farmland to a caravan and campsite. In the 1950s and 1960s caravan and camping became a bigger part of Unity Farm and slowly the number of cows, pigs and sheep decreased.
During the 1970s and the 1980s, the beginnings of Brean Leisure Park were created along with the Mid Somerset Golf Centre which included Target Golf, driving range, pitch and putt and an 8-hole golf course. Throughout the years additional recreational activities were created which included greyhound racing, a swimming pool, donkey derby's and open air markets.
The Greyhound track was closed in 1984 and a significant landscaping project was undertaken across both Brean Leisure Park and Unity Farm (presently known as Holiday Resort Unity) to improve the look of the park.
Roller Coasters at Bream Theme Park
In 2004 Beam Theme Park installed the Crazy Loop Roller Coaster which had previously been based at Flamingo Land Resort in North Yorkshire. This was followed by the introduction of Sooty, Sweep and Soo when Richard Cadell bought the rights from HIT Entertainment in 2008. Astro Storm, an indoor Four Man Bob roller coaster was added in 2011. The ride had previously operated at Blackpool Pleasure Beach as Space Invader II. In July 2014 the park was sold to Phil Booth and his family from Barry Island in South Wales.