Fort Fun Amusement Park

Amusement park in the United Kingdom


Fort Fun Amusement Park
Location
Eastbourne, West Sussex, England
Status Defunct
Operated 1988 or earlier to 2021
Owner Partyman Ltd.
Website https://fortfun.co.uk

Fort Fun Amusement Park was a small amusement park targeted towards young children located in Eastbourne, West Sussex, England, UK.

In May 2021, the operators of the park announced that it would not be reopening, despite COVID-19 restrictions being lifted, and that the site would be handed back to the local council.[1]

Roller coasters

Past

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Relocated
Runaway Train Big Country Motioneering Kiddie 1988 2014 Travelling UK with Scott Manning

Attractions

Closed

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Fate
Bat Ride Modern Products Junior Drop Tower 2002 or earlier 2014 Scrapped
Carousel Chance Rides Carousel 2005 2012 Travelling UK
Dodgems I.E. Park Dodgems 2005 2016 Relocated to MW's Amusement Park
Hot Air Balloons I.E. Park Samba Ballon 2005 2010 Relocated to Clarence Pier
Mega Slide Modern Products Giant Slide 1988 2006 Scrapped
Tea Cups Modern Products Junior Teacups 1988 2014 Travelling UK
Thunder Falls L&T Systems Log Flume 2007 2010 Relocated to Twinlakes Park
Western Railway Big Country Motioneering Miniature Railway 1988 2014 Scrapped

References

  1. Field, AnneMarie (2021-05-19). "Eastbourne seafront attraction will not reopen". Sussex World.