Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland

If the word “Demoland” can you imagine the nightmarish version of Disneyland, then you’re probably right. This mystical and terrifying Park created by the famous street artist Banksy, known for his eccentric work. The Park opened in the UK, and its total area is just over a hectare. The project, which until the discovery was kept secret, located in an abandoned swimming pool complex Tropicana in Weston-super-Mare. It is a complex and intricate theme Park, over which Banksy worked together with 50 other artists from different countries of the world.

The entrance to the “Demoland” costs £3 (4.7 USD), the Park will be open only 5 weeks. Here’s how it is written in the official brochure of the attraction:

“Are you looking for an alternative to soulless, banal and mawkish way to spend a weekend with your family? Or just want something cheaper? Then this is the place for you — it’s a chaotic new world where you can hide from mindless escapism. Instead of a stall with burgers we have a Museum. Instead of souvenir shops we have a library. However, and gift store we have here too. This ride is for adults, you can see the gross images, disturbing images, lots of smoke and flares, as well as to hear not normative lexicon. It is forbidden to come with knives, spray cans, drugs and lawyers from the Walt Disney corporation”.

“Demoland” is a nightmarish version of Disneyland unsuitable for children
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
He was secretly built by the street artist Banksy in an abandoned complex English resort town of Weston-super-Mare
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
“In my childhood I liked the Tropicana complex, so to make it once again opened its doors — an honor for me,” said Banksy
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
“I think you can say that the main idea of this Park “the theme Park needs to have more”
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
Here you can see both small and large work
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
Over their creation Banksy worked together with 50 other artists from around the world
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
“Here you will not find a single image of Mickey mouse, I got them banned,” says Banksy
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
“This is a Playground for creativity best artists I could ever imagine”
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
Entering the Park, visitors are immersed in the depressing kinds
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
To admire and to admire the “Demoland” is also not so easy
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
Instead of his portrait as a memento you will receive a picture of your head
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
There are a lot of weird and rude installations, hard pictures, artificial light and outbursts, and swearing that makes this place unsuitable for children
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
“The following items are strictly prohibited in the Park: paint-spray, markers and pens, drugs, knives, and legitimate representatives of the Walt Disney Corporation”
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
The official brochure says: “You are looking for an alternative to soulless, banal and mawkish way to spend a weekend with your family? Or just want something cheaper?”
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
“Then this is the place for you — it’s a chaotic new world where you can hide from mindless escapism. Instead of a stall with burgers we have a Museum”
Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland
“Instead of souvenir shops we have a library. However, and gift store we have here too”

Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland

Was created the amusement Park — nightmare version of Disneyland