Things to do at Funland Hayling Island review
There’s so much to do at Funland Hayling Island. It’s great for all ages as it has enough rides to keep even the older ones amused. I’d recommend turning up early if you are going during the summer as it does get very busy.
You can enter Funland for free. The rides are based on a ticket and band system. We bought bands for £18 each as this meant that the kids could go on whatever they wanted, as many times as they liked. We only bought bands for the kids as many of the smaller rides they could go on solo and the bigger rides they could go on by themselves. My eight year old could go on everything solo, while my five-year old could on the smaller rides but would have needed an adult if she wanted to go on the bigger ones, which luckily she didn’t.
They have a whole section for the smaller kids including a classic carousel, small log flume, dinosaur ride and an elephant ride that goes up and down. All of this is undercover too. The older kid area includes a mine roller coaster, log flume, twister and helter-skelter.
They have arcades too which include all the classic two penny machines. This is also where the toilets are.
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FAQ and Further Information Funland Hayling Island
Is there food and drink available?
They offer all food choices from fish and chips to ice creams and slushies. They have plenty of benches and you can always go and sit on the beach and then come back. With a wrist band, you can ride all day.
What are the main things to do?
A good range of rides for young and old plus amusements.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Higher priced. If you want you can visit for free or just pay for certain rides. An all-day wrist band is £18 and they have cheaper options for pm and evening.
Is there parking?
Parking costs £2.50 and it’s cash only. This is for all-day though and is right next to Funland and the beach.
When are they open?
They close for the winter apart from the holidays. They are open all summer and most weekends. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Dogs are allowed but must be on a lead at all times.
Are they accessible?
Guest post – With thanks to Laura from Things to do in Hampshire with kids
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