The seaside resort has been the undisputed home of family holidays for over a century, like most places it has suffered drastically over the past year, but today felt great seeing families, couples and friends enjoying the sunshine. With an array of restaurants, cafes, take away huts and hotels there is something for everyone on any budget.

Free Activities

  • Four great beaches make up the seven miles of sandy seafront at Blackpool.

  • Have a walk along The North Pier, The Central Pier and The South Pier. The piers have been around for many years, with the North Pier being built in 1863, the Central Pier in 1864 and the South Pier in 1890

  • Grundy Art Gallery

  • The comedy carpet- It was created by artist Gordon Young in homage to entertainment

  • Stanley Park- With over 250 acres of land to explore, play area, lake, and ice cream

  • Illuminations- They light up Blackpool from August-November

  • Geo Cache along the Promenade

  • Devonshire road rock gardens and play area

  • Lancashire coastal path

Paid Activities

  • Pleasure Beach

  • Tower and circus

  • Blackpool Tower Dungeon

  • Rides on the piers

  • Sandcastle Water Park

  • Blackpool Zoo

  • Madame Tussaud’s

  • Various Arcades along the prom

  • Dino golf

  • Bowling

  • clip and climb

  • Ascent trampoline park

  • Karting raceway

  • Sea life

  • High/low ropes at Blackpool sports centre

  • Donkey ride om the beach

  • Horse and carriage ride along the prom

Check out the tourism website


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