It's called Dismaland, a Bemusement Park --the name of which pretty much speaks for itself.
A sneak peak.
Dismaland puts sad satire on Disneyland's familiar attractions.
Dismlaland pokes eerie fun on society's typical brand of amusement.
Dismaland feeds anarchic symbolism in almost every corner.
Other lovely yet disturbing installations riddle the area.
There is no doubt that Dismaland is intriguing, awe-inspiring, exhilarating, and even enlightening. One thing's for sure though, you don't leave Dismaland a happy camper. Dismaland makes you think, question things. It changes you. For the good or for the bad is entirely up to you.
If you're in the mood for doom and are anywhere near the seafront of Weston-super-Mare in England, then come over from August 22 to September 27 of this year. Dismaland is ready for you.
One piece of advice: Leave the kids behind. While I agree that kids need to have their eyes open to certain truths in the world, what's wrong with holding onto rainbows and unicorns for a while longer?
*Photos from the Dismaland website, The Guardian, and Time