The theme park opened Friday in the British seaside town of Weston-super-Mare, where hundreds waited in line for hours to see what has been described as a 'festival of art, amusements and entry-level anarchism'.
Despite the name being an obvious play on the word Disneyland, Banksy insists his ironic theme park is not a dig at Disney and told the Guardian that he has 'banned any imagery of Mickey Mouse from the site.' The silence from Disney is strange, considering the company's history of fiercely defending it's copyright of Mickey's image.
The centers gave in an repainted the walls with Universal cartoon characters.
On the webpage, a picture of one of the elusive tickets appeared with a price tag of $30 to 'admit one'.
Some Twitter users began questioning whether the website crash and £20 ticket picture was all part of the ironic experience.
Tickets and copies of the Weston Mercury, which has vouchers for entry today, were put up for auction on e Bay.
It is a model of an entire town frozen just after a huge period of civil unrest.
Pictured is a huge police presence at a Burger King Banksy said: 'This place is brilliant.I only knew the minimum amount before I got here, but it is so cool.Schnallt euch an und macht euch bereit, das südliche San Andreas aus einer völlig neuen Perspektive zu erleben.Among the items available were four tickets for the attraction which had caused bidding to rise past 0.The Tropicana, which boasted a swimming pool, used to be one of the top seaside attractions in Weston-super-Mare until it closed in 2000.It has now been transformed into a theme park, which Banksy describes as a 'festival of art, amusements and entry-level anarchism'.