- Address: Funland The Seafront Hayling Island Hampshire PO11 0AG
Experience the thrill of our, full looping, 'Klondike' Roller Coaster, 'Wild River' Log Ride, or challenge yourself to a round on one of the craziest 'themed' Golf Courses you have ever seen!
Situated along the 'Blue Flag' beach resort of Hayling Island, Funland Amusement Park offers a variety of attractions indoors and out, so whatever the weather, rain or shine, there is always plenty to do.
Admission: Funland is a
free entry amusement park. Either "pay as you ride" or enjoy great value
with their unlimited ride wrist band sessions, prices for which vary
Opening Times: From 11am on open days, see their seasonal timetable for information.
Outside, you can enjoy the traditional fairground rides including the 'Helter Skelter' along with exciting white knuckle rides like the 'Tornado' and the breathtaking 'Drop Ride'.
Inside, try Ten Pin Bowling, the action of the Kidz Kingdom for the children, or interact with over 200 video and traditional slot machines or games of skill.
Whatever you choose to do you can be assured of a great day out!
If you've had fun on your family day out to Funland, tell us about it your visit, so other people will know it's a great place to go as well.
Most of our rides can be used by the disabled, but due to health and safety regulations we reserve the right to restrict access to certain rides.
Height restrictions apply on some of our bigger rides to comply with Health and Safety.
Klondike Looping Roller Coaster 1.2m
Speed Flip 1.4m
Wild River Log Ride 1.2m
Drop Ride 1.2m
Trains No Restriction
Helter Skelter No Restriction
Samba Balloon No Restriction
Frog hopper Children Only
Whirlycopter Children Only
Blizzard Falls No Restriction
Red Baron Plane Ride Children Only
Toy Town Express Children Only
Super Dragon Roller Coaster 0.9m
Cannibal Pots 0.9m
Woody Roller Coaster 0.9m
Toilets are available for the general public and we also have a Disabled toilet and baby changing facilities. ATM machines are also available on site.
There is a large car park located to the rear of Funland. Alternative parking is available along the whole of the seafront and within easy walking distances.
Discounts are available for families and large groups, for more information see the Group Bookings page.
Hayling Golf Club
Established in 1883 a SSI 71 links course which challenges the best of golfers. Bordering the Solent, it offers magnificent views for the golfer whilst searching for their ball in the prolific gorse which abounds. The nineteenth hole is a 1920's style building which overlooks the last green. Hayling Golf club has some of the best greens in the country and is well prepared by an active greens staff. Visitors and societies are welcome and green fees can be paid in the pro shop.
Address: Links Lane. Ferry Road. Hayling Island. Tel: 023 92464446 website: www.haylinggolf.co.uk
Pitch and Putt
Pitch and putt 9 hole course. Better than the average pitch and Putt course, this is ideal for the short game practice for the handicap golfer and the holidaymaker who fancies some fresh air and a little exercise. It is managed by the professional of Hayling Golf Club, Ray Gadd.
Address: Ferry Road. Hayling Island. (Next to Hayling Golf Club)
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
The Historic Dockyard at Portsmouth is home to HMS Victory, HMS Warrior, The Mary Rose and a host of other naval attractions. You can get to the dockyard from Hayling either by catching a bus the other side of the ferry or taking a train from Havant station. More details at www.historicdockyard.co.uk
Portsmouth's Spinnaker Tower offers incredible views across the Solent and surrounding area, including across to Hayling Island. Spinnaker Tower website
Hayling is surrounded by beautiful countryside and the rolling hills of the South Downs are amongst the best of it. Take in the outdoor activities at Queen Elizabeth Country Park or use it as a starting point to join the Southdowns Way.
Take in Some History
The solent area is steeped in history, and has some spectacular historic sites that offer a day out for all the family - all within easy reach of Hayling Island. Our local favourite historic spots include Portchester Castle, Chichester Cathedral, Arundel, Southsea Castle and Fishbourne Roman Palace.
Visit a museum
Whilst Hayling doesn't yet have it's own museum, there are plenty within a short distance of the Island. Our favourites include: The RN Submarine Museum, The Charles Dickens Birthplace Museum, Havant Museum, D Day Museum, Royal Marines Museum, Tangmere Military Aviation Museum, and Portsmouth City Museum
Where to Stay
For information on Hotels, B&B's and camping on Hayling Island go to http://www.hayling.co.uk/accommodation/
Londonparents do strongly suggest you ring Funland before you set off on your family day out, just to make sure they are open and to confirm admission prices, there is nothing worse than disappointed kids in the back of your car after a long journey.
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Also, it may be worth clicking the link to Funland's website, to see if there are special events and seasonal things to do that may be going on during the day.