Dreamland Margate will re-open its doors on Friday June 19.

The revamped theme park features a host of stylishly restored, recreated and retro-fitted rides and amusements from the golden age of British seaside holidays.

Following an extended campaign to bring back to life one of Britain’s most iconic seaside institutions since its closure almost a decade ago, the re-imagined Dreamland Margate will be operated by Sands Heritage LTD and is the creative vision of designer Wayne Hemingway MBE and his family, Geraldine and Jack at HemingwayDesign.

Tickets are now on sale at £14.95 for adults and £12.95 for children, and local residents can get tickets at a special discounted local rate.

Staying true to the park’s proud British heritage, each of the vintage rides has been lovingly redesigned and themed in the UK, whilst contemporary rides have been treated with a dash of nostalgia, so visitors can enjoy modern rides without losing any of the good old-fashioned fun of the fair. The park will house more than 17 rides alongside expansive events spaces including a roller disco.

For more information visit www.dreamland.co.uk

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