Step Back in Time

Weekends from Saturday 15th September 11am-5pm in the Dreamland Boardroom

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of October half term between 11am – 3pm

The Dreamland Trust has opened a new exhibition space at Dreamland.

Photographs from the Trust's archives dating back to the early 1900s will be on display and footage of Dreamland from the 1970s and '80s will be shown in a viewing area. There will also be an opportunity to view some of the digital archives held by the Trust.

Members of the public will be able to find out how Dreamland was saved, and find out more about the iconic Scenic Railway which has been the highlight of so many visits to Dreamland since it was built in 1920.

The exhibition follows last year's successful Barry Kirk and Nick Evans exhibitions, which attracted over 7,000 visitors.

The exhibition will open at weekends and on selected days during the week, which will be advertised via the Trust's website and Facebook pages. 

The Dreamland Trust promotes the cultural heritage, learning and educational benefits of the historic amusement park which is believed to be the oldest in the country. The exhibition is part of a series of projects planned by the charity which relies entirely on charitable funding.


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