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Family-Friendly Knightly's Fun Park, Conwy
Open March to November – school holidays every day, weekends otherwise; 11:00-22:00
All day wristband (unlimited rides) £12, 11:00-17:00 £9, 18:00-22:00 £8

Found by the beach in Towyn in Conwy, Knightly’s Fun Park offers the complete amusement park experience, meaning it is fun for all the family.

Found by the beach in Towyn in Conwy, Knightly’s Fun Park offers the complete amusement park experience, meaning it is fun for all the family.

The fun fair itself is a pretty large one, with more than twenty different rides available for you to enjoy, including all the classics. There’s The Dragon, a traditional roller coaster; the dodgems, the waltzers, and a Miami ride, to name but a few. There is something for everyone!

There is also an extensive amusement arcade, offering up everything from the 2p pushers to £500 pay outs, as well as a bingo hall if you are so inclined.

Come during the summer holidays, as this is when the majority of shows and entertainments are on. There are free shows in the entertainment pub and in the beer garden, with a wide variety of acts, such as a monkey show, live wrestling, a creepy crawly display and – of course – magic shows.

Treat yourself to some fresh fish and chips, washed down with some candy floss or an ice cream. And if you feel like taking a break from the lights and the music, simply pop down to the gorgeous beach and look out to sea for a while.

 

Image source: CC-By-SA 2.0 by Hugo &Viktor's Dad

Image source: CC-By-SA 2.0 by mjtmail (tiggy)

Location

Located on the promenade in Towyn, Abergele, it's hard to miss Knightly's Fun Fair. On-site parking is available next to the Crazy Golf. 

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