Operating Roller Coasters: 3

Scenic RailwayWoodSit Down
Busy Bee CoasterSteelSit DownFamily
Rock 'n' RollerSteelSit DownFamily

Defunct Roller Coasters: 19

Pinball XSteelSit DownThrill
unknownSteelSit DownFamily
Wild MouseSteelSit DownThrill
LadybirdSteelSit DownFamily
Big AppleSteelSit DownFamily
Looping StarSteelSit DownExtreme
Looping StarSteelSit DownExtreme
Blue CoasterSteelSit DownFamily
Racing CoasterWoodSit Down
Whirlwind RacerSteelSit Down
Looping StarSteelSit DownExtreme -
DragonSteelSit DownFamily
CycloneSteelSit DownThrills
Crazy CaterpillarSteelSit DownFamily
Counter Culture CaterpillarSteelSit DownFamily
Crazy MouseSteelSit DownThrill
unknownWoodSit DownThrill
Happy CaterpillerSteelSit DownFamily
Magic MouseSteelSit DownThrill


Former namesBembom Brothers Theme Park ( to )
Dreamland ( to )
Hall by the Sea ( to )
Former statusSBNO from to
Operated from to

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. The park was managed by Sands Heritage.
Dreamland became the property of the multinational concert and event organiser Live Nation Entertainment. Dreamland was already home to a central stage (Scenic Stage) on which famous artitst performed.

Pop Culture

Some scenes from Episode 4 and 5 of Season 4 of the tv show 'Killing Eve' were filmed at Dreamland.


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