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1986 Tourism 4

  Kunick Holdings' Water Theme Park in 
 the Council's North Bay open-air pool 
 was Scarborough's newest tourist      
 attraction in 1984.  Two waterslides  
 descend snakily from the hillside 65  
 feet above the pool.  "Waterscene"    
 also includes a jacuzzi, water-cannon 
 and diving boards into a bubble-pool. 
 Daytime admission is 3 pounds for     
 adults and 2 pounds for children,     
 evenings one pound.  The unanimous    
 verdict of visitors from Scotland and 
 the north was excellent value for     
 money, but there ought also to be a   
 restaurant on the site.               

Map of the area

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