Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

This Is Banksy’s Nightmare Version Of Disneyland. Don't Say We Didn't Warn You.

A theme park just opened in the United Kingdom and it’s not the typical bubble gum type of place families visit. Satirical artist Banksy has collaborated with artists from all over the world for the opening of a “bemusement park” called Dismaland. The grim and apocalyptic site has a broken-down Cinderella castle and less than friendly staff in pink vests, adding to the promise that it's "UK’s most disappointing new visitor attraction.”

The location is an abandoned park that ran from 1937 till 2000.

Here's the entrance to the anarchist themed park. The latest work by Banksy, a satirical artist who loves to push boundaries.

Here's the entrance to the anarchist themed park. The latest work by Banksy, a satirical artist who loves to push boundaries.

The location is on the seaside area of Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom.

The location is on the seaside area of Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom.

Dismaland legend

The dystopian inspired park features a run-down Cinderella castle with unamused attendants in pink vests. A parody to Disneyland.

The site holds a special place in Banksy's heart. "I loved the Tropicana as a kid, so getting to throw these doors open again is a real honor," says Banksy.

A whale jumping out of a toilet seat are among the work from artists from all over the world.

A whale jumping out of a toilet seat are among the work from artists from all over the world.

Christopher Jobson

The park pokes fun at consumerism and pop culture.

The park pokes fun at consumerism and pop culture.

Dismaland/Upfest

Banksy loves to work in secrecy. Locals were told that a Hollywood movie was being filmed there instead of its true intentions.

Banksy loves to work in secrecy. Locals were told that a Hollywood movie was being filmed there instead of its true intentions.

Christopher Jobson

The graffiti artist was inspired for his latest work when he saw through the fence the abandoned park.

The graffiti artist was inspired for his latest work when he saw through the fence the abandoned park.

Christopher Jobson

"The UK’s most disappointing new visitor attraction.”

The Tropicana used to be the chosen getaway for low income families. The park closed its doors in 2000.

The Tropicana used to be the chosen getaway for low income families. The park closed its doors in 2000.

Christopher Jobson

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