How can I get a Dismaland ticket?
PUBLISHED: 19:55 21 August 2015 | UPDATED: 19:56 21 August 2015
With Bansky's new exhibition at Weston-super-Mare's Tropicana making the headlines across the globe, unsurprisingly there is a great deal of demand for tickets to see it.
If you were not lucky enough to get hold of a free one today (Friday) thanks to the Weston Mercury’s offer, then here is how else you can land yourself one.
The main way is through the Dismaland website but tickets will only go on sale there on Tuesday due to ‘technical difficulties’.
Tomorrow (Saturday) and Sunday 2,000 visitors will be allowed in from 9am, based on a queue system.
Each ticket costs £3 and there will be 4,000 available each day the exhibition is open, which is from tomorrow (Saturday) through to September 27. Children under the age of five can get in for free.
Once the Dismaland website is live you should be able to book a time slot, with the day session lasting 11am-6pm and the evening session 7-11pm.
The tickets will be sold in stages over the course of the exhibition to make sure as many people as possible can get to view it. From today, you can book tickets to view the exhibition over the next 10 days.
A small amount of tickets will be available on the door, however organisers advise pre-booking to avoid disappointment and a large queue.