England contains about 80 themeparks, all over the country. There are many small parks at piers and pleasure beaches at the eastern, southern and western coastline. Many historic rides can still be found here.
Near London there are Thorpe Park, Chessington and Legoland Windsor. Other famous parks include Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Alton Towers, Drayton Manor and Flamingoland.

Amusement parks in England

Adventure Island (Southend On Sea)

Adventure Wonderland (Christchurch)

Alton Towers (Alton)

Billing Aquadrome (Northampton)

Blackgang Chine (Ventnor)

Blackpool Pleasure Beach (Blackpool)

Botton's Pleasure Beach (Skegness)

Brighton Pier (Brighton)

Cannon Hill Park (Birmingham)

Chessington World of Adventures (Chessington)

Clacton Pier (Clacton-on-sea)

Clarence Pier (Portsmouth)

Clifton Park Amusements (Rotherham)

Drayton Manor (Fazeley)

Dreamland Margate (Margate)

Dunes Leisure (Mablethorpe)

Dymchurch Amusement Park (Dymchurch)

Fantasy Island (Ingoldmells)

Flamingo Land (Malton)

Funland Amusement Park (Hayling Island)

Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach (Great Yarmouth)

Gulliver's Milton Keynes (Milton Keynes)

Gulliver's Warrington (Warrington)

Harbour Park (Littlehampton)

Joyland Childrens Fun Park (Great Yarmouth)

Knowsley Safari Park (Prescot)

Lightwater Valley (Ripon)

Old MacDonald's Farm (Brentwood)

Paultons Park (Romsey)

Pavilion Fun Park (Calton-on-Sea)

Pettitts Animal Adventure Park (Reedham)

Pleasurewood Hills (Lowestoft)

South Parade Pier (Southsea)

South Pier (Blackpool)

Southport Pleasureland (Southport)

St Nicholas Park (Warwick)

Thorpe Park (Chertsey)

Twinlakes Park (Melton Mowbray)

West Sands Fun Fair (Selsey)

Wicksteed Park (Kettering)