|Capacity||40 per cycle|
The ride was new in August 1981 to Botton's Pleasure Beach, Skegness. It originally had an alpine sports theme and the generic Matterhorn name.
At the end of the 1986 season it was sold to Walter Shufflebottom of Fun Acres Amusement Park in Southsea, Hampshire. Whilst at the park the ride received a repaint and rename to Topsy Turvy. For the 1994 season Topsy Turvy was loaned to Frank Gillane who operated the ride at Tramore Amusement Park in Ireland.
At the end of the 1994 season the ride passed to Wade Shufflebottom who operated it with a small number of other attractions at Brighton Seafront Amusements.
In September 1996 the ride was sold to UK showman Joey Wilson for a relatively brief period, before again being sold on to showman Rae Armstrong-Wilson at the end of 1997.
- Images of the ride - National Fairground Archive