Dismaland Just Got Darker As The Anti-Theme Park Closes Forever

Say goodbye to Banksy’s anti-utopian theme park. At 10 p.m. tonight, Dismaland is closing for good.

The park, created by the street artist Banksy, first opened in August inside the Tropicana seaside swimming resort in Weston-super-Mare, U.K. The “bemusement park” features 18 art attractions, 10 of which were created by Banksy himself. Artists Jimmy Cauty, Jenny Holzer, David Shringley, Caitlin Cherry, Damien Hirst, Bill Barminski, Bäst, and Espo contributed to the park’s displays as well.

Although parts of Dismaland look similar to the family fun park, Disneyland, it is an extremely dark and scary version. Due to the graphic nature of the exhibits, it’s very clear that the park is not suitable for children. Some of the unpleasant attractions on display are a crumbling Disney themed castle, a killer whale jumping out of a toilet, a woman being attacked by birds, and a Cinderella style pumpkin with a dead princess.

Dismaland closing for good

For those who won’t be able to get there before Dismaland’s final closing, here is a look inside.