Inside Dismaland, Banksy's surreal amusement park
The infamous street artist says 'theme parks should have bigger themes'
Behold "Dismaland", a theme-park-themed exhibit by British street artist and activist, Banksy.
The "bemusement park" is built on the site of the derelict amusement park Tropicana, in the British seaside town of Weston-super-Mare.
It features work from Banksy and dozens of other artists, including Canadian Maskull Lasserre.
"I guess you'd say it's a theme park whose big theme is 'theme parks should have bigger themes," Banksy told the BBC.
There are some classic Banksy themes….
There's an installation that evokes the death of Princess Diana.
And another that recalls the documentary Blackfish.
There are traditional theme park favourites like a carousel...
Even a contortionist…
People are freaking out online.
Someone take me to <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Dismaland?src=hash">#Dismaland</a>—@theJON_TRON
If someone takes me to Dismaland, I'll love you forever and probably be your best friend—@Steven_Young_Jr
I want to go to <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Dismaland?src=hash">#Dismaland</a>, looks weird. Not sure it's a theme park for the kids!—@izziebrooks13
A trip to Weston-Super-Mare is needed. I've got to check out <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Dismaland?src=hash">#Dismaland</a> <a href="https://t.co/tNVgIJtkpz">https://t.co/tNVgIJtkpz</a>—@RyanLongstaff
If you're planning your own visit, you better act quickly.
Dismaland is only open until September 27.