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Blackpool Pleasure Beach Introduction

The fun focal point of one of the UK's most popular seaside resort towns, Blackpool Pleasure Beach is the country's favourite amusement park. Attracting around 7 million visitors each year, the 16-hectare park is jam-packed with games, entertainment and over 145 rides – from traditional carousels for the youngsters, to white-knuckle roller coasters that'll thrill even the hardiest of adrenaline junkies. Beyond the park, Blackpool has plenty more to offer, from top-notch fish and chips and a heady nightlife, to attractions like Blackpool Tower and Blackpool Zoo.

Hotels near Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Since it's one of the UK's most popular choices for a staycation, you can expect a wide choice of hotels near Blackpool Pleasure Beach - many of which are well situated for shopping, dining, nightlife and the town's other attractions. You can take your pick from budget-friendly guesthouses and cosy B&Bs, to glamorous boutique-style hotels and chain name establishments brimming with amenities. The larger hotels here often come with on-site bars and restaurants, and flat screen TVs and free WiFi in the rooms. For those who want a more independent stay, there are also a number of modern short-stay apartments available, too.

In the last hour, the most popular choices were:

  • Beverley Dean has been booked 5 times; click Beverley Dean for more info.
  • Keighley House has been booked 5 times; click Keighley House for more info.
  • The Mornington Hotel has been booked 5 times; click The Mornington Hotel for more info.

Where to stay

A mix of traditional seaside nostalgia and 21st-century modernity, Blackpool has something for everyone. Many visitors opt for a hotel near Blackpool Pleasure Beach in the heart of the resort, usually along the main seafront thoroughfare. With the amusement park as the centrepiece, the streets around it are home to arcades and amusements, big British retailers and a mix of restaurants, chain name eateries, and good old fish and chip shops. The area is also home to the iconic Blackpool Tower, with its far-reaching views, and a few minutes inland, Stanley Park – home to Blackpool Zoo, and the Blackpool Model Village & Gardens.

Things to see

A colourfully illuminated tangle of roller coasters, Blackpool Pleasure Beach has been the town's star attraction for many decades. Buzzing with excitable visitors and scented with the tantalising smell of hot dogs and candyfloss, it boasts over 145 rides, ranging from the historical Big Dipper, a wooden coaster built in 1923, to modern thrill rides like Icon – a multi-launched steel coaster that reaches top speeds of 55mph. There are stacks of family-friendly rides for younger kids too, from Alice's Wonderland and a Wallace and Gromit-themed ride, to a traditional carousel and dodgems cars. A big draw for youngsters is the park's Nickelodeon Land area, which features rides based on the network's popular TV shows, including Spongebob, Rugrats and Dora the Explorer. Just next door, you'll find the Sandcastle Waterpark. An indoor complex, it features a wave pool and a variety of thrilling slides.

How to get to Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Blackpool is easily accessible by road and railway. If you're driving in, take Junction 32 off the M6 and onto the M55 – from there, signs will guide you into town. You'll find Blackpool Pleasure Beach on the main road, Ocean Boulevard, just opposite the South Pier. The town is well-connected to the UK's rail network, with services arriving at both Blackpool North and Blackpool Pleasure Beach's own railway station.

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