Tir Prince funfair and everything you need to know for Easter: dates, times, parking, prices and what’s on in 2022

A popular North Wales funfair is ready for Easter after a complete overhaul. The Tir Prince Fun Park in Towyn has recently been taken back to its original owners, the ‘Tir Prince Leisure Group’, after being run by tenants for the past 15 years.

The fairgrounds have undergone a complete overhaul of rides, prizes, food stalls and management. Adam Williams, owner of Tir Prince Leisure Group took over management of the leisure site in February and has worked tirelessly to bring an experience to Towyn ‘like never before’.

The awe-inspiring “Fun Land” has rides for all needs, ages and sizes and offers some of the best thrill rides for adrenaline junkies. A last minute addition, a 62 foot Ferris wheel now stands out on the site.

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Fairground enthusiasts will be delighted to know that prices remain low for families despite the much-announced increase in the cost of living in 2022.

Although a lot of fun during the day, the amusement park is described as “coming to life” when all of the rides are illuminated by the colored bulbs that cover them, making the park visible for miles around.

Here’s everything you need to know about Tir Prince Funland’s brand new “fairground”:



The fairground has recently installed outdoor carpeting throughout the site giving a clean and friendly feel

What are the opening hours?

Hours of operation are 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. during the Easter holidays, but weather permitting and any last minute schedule changes are made on social media.

How much does access to the fairgrounds cost?

Admission to the fairground costs nothing and is completely free to roam the grounds with no pressure on anyone to join a ride or spend the money they don’t want to spend.

Where to find the park and how to get there?

You’ll find the funfair in the heart of Towyn, just opposite Tir Prince Market and Lyon Holiday Park, and just before the bridge that takes you to Kinmel Bay.

Can I park on my visit – and where is the best parking?

There is on-site parking at the rear of the exhibition grounds – opposite the Tir Prince market, the venue is currently constructing a new car park, which will allow easy access from the Towyn Road to ease congestion in the area.

Parking costs £3 all day and gives you the option of entering the exhibition grounds or visiting the market which houses the state-of-the-art market cafe on site.

What rides can I expect at the Tir Prince funfair?

There is a huge selection of rides to choose from, whatever your age, with roller coasters for toddlers and adults, the park is divided evenly with a section for all.

You’ll also find a brand new 62ft Ferris Wheel at the fair which was recently installed due to popular demand, as well as everyone’s favorite outdoor go-kart track, which has seen all cars recently refurbished for a greater experience. thrill seeking.

What’s new at the funfair apart from the rides?

Leisure group Tir Prince recently installed outdoor carpeting throughout the site giving it a clean and friendly atmosphere, a brand new ‘pay booth’ allowing easy access to top up your card and a State-of-the-art catering which is separated from all the rides and offers an offer of all types of food for all tastes.

The site also now has the addition of a brand new wellness unit for anyone in need, stuck or in a safe space.



A brand new pricing structure has been put in place to give you more bang for your buck when visiting
A brand new pricing structure has been put in place to give you more bang for your buck when visiting

How much do the rides cost and how do I pay?

Rides range from “two credits” to “four credits”, with Go-Karts being six credits.

Credits are purchased at the pay booth at the entrance to the fairgrounds and are placed on a card that allows the family to use on all rides from one card.

Once the credit is worth £1, offers are in place to help people get their money’s worth with 40 credits costing £30, 55 credits costing £40 and 70 credits costing £50.

Credits are deposited on an online recordable card and are valid for two years from each use.

What about my old credits from last year?

Credits from last season are unfortunately not accepted by the Tir Prince Leisure Group due to a change in fairground management and ownership, any unused credits remaining on cards are redeemable for cash to be claimed from previous operators and they can be found at the details below;

  • Fun Parks North Wales Ltd – Company Number 12178137, CCM, 2 Chichester Street, Chichester House, Rochdale | OL16 2AX

Tir Prince advises if you are having difficulty reaching Fun Parks North Wales Ltd, pass your email on to them and they will help you where possible – [email protected]

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