|Location||Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England, UK|
|Operated||1984 to 1999|
|Previous names||Dizzyland Funfair|
Dizzyland was a small amusement park in Southend on Sea, Essex, England, UK.
Dizzyland first opened in 1984 on land formerly occupied by shops and homes. By the year 2000 the outdoor amusements ceased trading and all the rides had left. Following its closure, the land formerly occupied by the amusement park was used for parking. the indoor arcade continued to operate for the next 10 years until 2010 when it shut for the last time. the reason for closure that year is not known possibly that the land it stood on known as marine plaza was sold to the Inner London Group who then planned on Renovating the area. In Summer 2019 after 9 years of standing but not operating Dizzyland and The Foresters Arms were demolished to make way for future developments.
|Big Wheel||Eli Bridge Company||Ferris Wheel||1988||1992||Travelling Ireland|
|Caterpillar||Henri de Vos||Caterpillar||1989||1993||Travelling UK|
|Night Breed||Keith Carroll||Tracked Dark Ride||1997||1999||Stored|
|Octopus||Lusse||Octopus||1991||1991||Relocated to Marvels Amusement Park|
|Satellites||Hrubetz||Round-Up||1984||1988||Relocated to Coney Beach Pleasure Park|
|Super Swirl||R.J. Lakin||Swirl/Skid||1984||1995||Travelling UK|
|Twist||PWS Rides||Twist||1992||1996||Travelling UK|
- ↑ Chapman, Chloe (18 January 2017). "£60m Marine Plaza proposal stalls - despite permission granted in 2015". The Echo. https://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/15029372.60m-marine-plaza-proposal-stalls-despite-permission-granted-in-2015/. Retrieved 14 March 2021.
- ↑ "Marine Plaza will change the face of Southend seafront". The Echo. 23 January 2020. https://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/18181446.marine-plaza-will-change-face-southend-seafront/. Retrieved 17 March 2021.