|Location||Portrush, County Antrim, Northern Ireland|
In November 2019 the park was put up for sale by its owners, the Trufelli family. In early March 2020, the park announced that it would remain open for the 2020 season. However, the park did not open at all in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
|Barry's Big Dipper||Pinfari||Steel||July 2002|
|Speedy Mouse||Pinfari||Steel Family||1998|
|Big Dipper||Pinfari||Steel||1997||2001||Relocated to Jungle Land|
|Dipper||Unknown||Wooden||1939||1942||Destroyed in a storm|
|Looping Dipper||Pinfari||Steel||1989||1996||Relocated to Kongeparken|
|Airborne Shot||SBF Visa Group||Ramba Zamba/Swingaround||2016|
|Dodgems||Track - unknown / Cars - Preston & Barbieri||Dodgems||Unknown|
|Ghost Train||Unknown||Tracked Dark Ride||Unknown|
|Helter Skelter||Supercar||Helter Skelter||1958|
|Jumping Astro||Moser Rides||Drop Tower||2012|
|Turtle Splash||I.E. Park||Log Flume||2006|
- "Barry's Amusements to remain open through sale process". ITV News. https://www.itv.com/news/utv/2020-03-09/barry-s-amusements-to-remain-open-through-sale-process/. Retrieved 26 March 2020.
- McGoran, Peter (25 October 2020). "Barry's Amusements: Nostalgic photos from throughout the years". BelfastLive. https://www.belfastlive.co.uk/news/history/barrys-amusements-nostalgic-photos-throughout-19143237. Retrieved 5 February 2021.