Brean Leisure Park
Brean Leisure Park is the largest Fun Park in the South West. There are 40 fantastic rides, from thrilling roller coasters to children’s river boat rides, pony rides and old favourites like the dodgems! Children can splash to their heart’s content in the swimming pool complex, whizzing down the four water chutes and if it rains, relax – simply step inside for some top quality children’s acts and family entertainment.
Visit the Leisure Park website
see the Brean Theme Park website
see the Brean Splash website
see the Brean Play website
What makes it special
- Trill on the Roller Coaster ride
- Let your children splash down the 4 water chutes
- Just yards from the sandy beach of Brean seafront
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