About

ThemeParks.ie is a gallery of some of the photographs I've taken while visiting amusement parks and fun fairs around the world. Trip reports and many more photographs can be found at my roller coaster pages.

A few images suitable for desktop wallpaper use can be found here.

Please note that all on-ride photographs have been taken with the permission of parks concerned.


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Tayto Park
Ashbourne, Ireland

Tayto Park is the first proper theme park to be built in Ireland. In its early years it was geared primarily towards young children, but it has since added a wide variety of rides for older visitors including a wood coaster and a spectacular custom flume. Management recently applied for planning permission for a 250-bedroom hotel, and there are persistent rumours that another large coaster is on the long term plan.

Current Attractions

Former Attractions

Construction Photographs

ThemeParks.ie was privileged to document the assembly of the Cú Chulainn Coaster over a period of several months. These pictures show the ride at various points during its construction.

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