Blackpool is a large town and seaside resort between the Ribble and Wyre estuaries. Blackpool has a large sandy beach which can be accessed directly from the town, which is visited by millions each year. Whether you’re looking for thrills and excitement, family entertainment and historic gems or beautiful gardens and stunning beaches, Blackpool has it all.
The Golden Mile as it is known has a wealth of shops, arcades, restaurants, attractions attractions and more. You can stroll along the Golden Mile at your own pace with great views out to sea.
Blackpool - has not one but three piers South, Central and North piers.
All the piers are great fun originally used for off loading passengers from ships, now used as tourist attractions with rides, shops, cafes, arcades, bars and much more. Family rooms and entertainment venues can also be found here.
The Blackpool Tower
The Blackpool Tower - is one of the very few attractions that can be seen for miles. Opened to the public on 14 May 1894 and standing just over 380 feet tall. At night the tower is lit up by 10,000 light bulbs, total cost to build the tower was about £290,000. Walk out if you dare onto the five centimetre thick glass viewing platform, where you can look out into the Irish Sea and see the famous Blackpool Promenade below you.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Blackpool Pleasure Beach - located on sea front has some great rides for all the family. From adrenaline fuelled adventure to more relaxing rides. The Big One, the UK’s first looping coaster, Revolution and the UK’s first suspended looping coaster completely over water, Infusion.
Coral Island - is Blackpool's largest free admission attraction with rides for everyone young and old alike. With a choice of food from 5 Restaurants serving family favourites with the finest grill grub from Ribs, to Burgers with views of the sea and of course Fish and Chips. Hours of fun to be had on the 2p pushers and seaside favourites.