Funland comes alive this Easter

March 29, 2018
A youngster goes for a ride on one of the many attractions in Funland.
Children take a ride in a bumper car.
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Funland Jamaica takes over this Easter and will host four days of fun, including a GSAT after-party.

The party will be held tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Partnering with The Gleaner's Children's Own magazine, the park is set to host GSAT students from across Jamaica, along with their families and friends, inside the family-friendly theme park.

Children who have completed the recent GSAT exams will be allowed to enter the park for free. All that will be required is a copy of their GSAT timetable as well as a March 2018 copy of The Gleaner's Children's Own.

On Saturday and Sunday, children entering the park will also get one free ride with their paid entry.

Continuing the excitement on Easter Monday, Funland hosts its BOGO (Buy One Get One) edition.

Families can buy one child's ticket and get another free. With over 13 rides, including a splash zone, gaming arcade and drop zone for the little ones, food court, face-painting and friendly toy characters, Funland is definitely the place to be this Easter.

"We have chosen to give our customers more this Easter as part of our reward system. We all know the stress children go through preparing for the GSAT exams and this is just our way of rewarding them," said Paula Pinnock, managing director of Funland. "Easter is definitely one of the biggest family holidays in Jamaica, and so we invite everyone to take advantage of these great deals and come and party with us here at Funland all Easter."

Funland Jamaica is open the second and last weekends of every month and on public holidays. Funland is located inside Hope Gardens at the former Coconut Park.

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