|Counter Culture Caterpillar||Steel||Sit Down||2015||Operating|
|Crazy Mouse||Steel||Sit Down||6/19/2015||Operating|
|Scenic Railway||Wood||Sit Down||7/3/1920||SBNO|
|Big Apple||Steel||Sit Down||1986 or earlier||1994|
|Blue Coaster||Steel||Sit Down||2001||2003|
|Crazy Caterpillar||Steel||Sit Down||2005||2005|
|Ladybird||Steel||Sit Down||1986 or earlier||1998|
|Looping Star||Steel||Sit Down||5/1/1981||1994|
|Looping Star||Steel||Sit Down||2001||2002|
|Looping Star||Steel||Sit Down||1999 or earlier||1999 - 2001|
|Roller Coaster||Wood||Sit Down||1922||1975|
|Whirlwind Racer||Steel||Sit Down||1958 or earlier||1958 or later|
|Wild Mouse||Steel||Sit Down||1998 or earlier||2004|
|Former names:||Bembom Brothers Theme Park (1981 to 1989)|
Dreamland (1920 to 1980)
Hall by the Sea (1863 to 1919)
|Former status:||SBNO from 2006 to 6/18/2015|
Operated from 1863 to 2006
|Owner / Operator:||In the 1980s Dreamland was owned by the Bembom Brothers and the park operated under the name "Bembom Brothers Theme Park".|
The park was owned by Jimmy Godden until January 2003 when he sold it developers who's plans were not to continue using the land for an amusement park. It isn't known at this time if Jimmy purchased the park from the Bembom Brothers or if there were owners between the two.
Dreamland was operated by showman David Wallis for the 2004 season who brought in the Dragon family roller coaster.
After years of being closed and obvious decline, the park became the property of the Thanet District Council. They refurbished the park as well as the iconic Scenic Railway and reopened to the public on June 19th 2015.