PICS: Banksy is opening his own theme park and it's just what you would expect from him
Welcome to Dismaland.
Dismaland is a theme park with the most unlikely of creators - the cynical street artist Banksy, famed for using his graffiti to make profound and provocative political statements.
He has described his new "bemusement park" as a "family theme park unsuitable for small children". Here are some early images from the park, located in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset.
The site is serving as the location for a collection of art installments from 58 artists chosen by Banksy himself, including Damien Hirst. On sale are tools that vandals can use to break into the ad-boxes at bus stops, so they can replace commercial ads with propaganda of their choice.
The theme park is attended by people in hi-viz jackets and Mickey Mouse ears, wearing the sourest of expressions.
Everything looks damp and grey, which is presumably just the way that Banksy wants it.
The exhibit-cum-theme park will run until September 27. There are 4,000 tickets available each day, with tickets only costing £3 each.
Worth every penny, surely.