An Inside Look at Banksy's 'Dismaland Bemusement Park'Migrant boats and dead princesses round out the family theme park that is “unsuitable for children.”
If you’re unable to take a trip to Banksy’s Dismaland Bemusement Park, just take a look at Channel 4’s report on the 10,200-square-foot repurposed amusement park space. The satirical attack on “The Happiest Place on Earth” sees a crashed Cinderella hanging out of her carriage, murky waters, grumpy employees, migrant boats, and a burned out Magic Kingdom. The entire park is filled with installations and sculptures from 50 international artists, all tinged with the same evocative, controversial and dark aesthetic. Surely to enrage the entertainment and child-friendly Disney, the amusement park will be open for five weeks and tickets are available online at its website.