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Latest revision as of 12:00, 10 October 2019

Amusement park
Butlin's Skegness
Location
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Skegness, Lincolnshire, England
Status Operating
April 1936 April 1936
Owner Butlin's Ltd.
Previous names Funcoast World (1987-1999)
Website https://www.butlins.com/

Butlin's Skegness is a holiday camp containing a small amusement park located in Skegness, Lincolnshire, England, UK. It was the first holiday camp to be opened by Billy Butlin.

Attractions[edit | edit source]

Operating[edit | edit source]

Name Manufacturer Type Opened
Car Ride Modern Products Juvenile Track Ride 1970s
Carousel Savage Gallopers 1958
Chair-O-Plane John H. Rundle Chair-O-Plane 2019
Dodgems Barbieri Dodgems 2004
Paratrooper Hrubetz Paratrooper 1985
Rockin' Tug Zamperla Rockin' Tug 2004
Satellite Turnagain Trabant/Satellite 2007
Waltzer Maxwell Waltzer 2012

Closed[edit | edit source]

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Fate
Big Wheel Lusse Ferris Wheel 1958 2000s Scrapped
Big Wheel Lusse Ferris Wheel 1958 Unknown Scrapped
Cablecars British Ropeway Engineering Ropeway 1962 1989 Scrapped
Cirrus 30 Modern Products Acrobat 1984 1989 Travelling UK (via John H. Rundle)
Dodgems Unknown Dodgems Unknown 1991 Scrapped
Dodgems Reverchon Dodgems 1992 2003 Scrapped
Galaxy Turnagain Trabant/Satellite 1983 2006 Scrapped
Helter Skelter Supercar Slip/Helter Skelter 1980 1998 Relocated to Dreamland Margate
Miniature Railway Butlin's Ltd. Miniature Railway 1962 1986 Scrapped
Monorail Butlin's Ltd. Monorail 1965 2002 Scrapped
Moonrocket R.J. Lakin & Maxwell Moonrocket c.1961 1966 Scrapped
Rock-O-Plane Eyerley Aircraft Company Rock-O-Plane 1962 1969 Travelling UK
Santa-Fe Trains Supercar Juvenile Track Ride 1958 c.1980s Scrapped
Skid Unknown Swirl/Skid 1971 1973 Scrapped
Tempest Grover Watkins Tempest 1980 1993 Sold to A.R.M.
The Wave Eurofab Miami 1994 2017 Relocated to Barry Island Pleasure Park
Top Spin Fabbri Top Spin 2005 2012 Sold (stored)
Twister Edwin Hall Twist 1960 2004 Scrapped
Veteran Cars Supercar Juvenile Track Ride Unknown 1993 Scrapped
Viking Zierer Pirate Ship Unknown 1998 Relocated to Funland Hayling Island
Waltzer Lang Wheels Waltzer c.1979 1983 Travelling UK
Waltzer Maxwell Waltzer 1984 2002 Scrapped
Waltzer R.J. Lakin Waltzer 1958 Unknown Relocated to Manning's Amusement Park