Blackpool Tourist Attractions

The Blackpool Tower Eye & 4D Experience.

Step out of the lift… 380 feet above Blackpool and prepare yourself for breathtaking views. Dare you step out onto the new SKYWALK? Never before have you been able to stroll over the Promenade with only glass beneath you – hundreds of feet in the air!

Take your time to explore the four levels of the Blackpool Tower Eye, each one giving you different perspectives, go higher and higher to see for miles in every direction.

Blackpool Tower Dungeons.

Delve into Blackpool’s most horrible history at The Blackpool Tower Dungeon -experience live actors, thrilling rides and exciting special effects. Step back into the darkest of times. . . are you brave enough to face 60 minutes of Blackpool’s dark past?

Blackpool Sealife Centre.

Be taken on an underwater journey discovering the living seas and the conservation issues we have today. Those feeling brave can hold a crab, touch a starfish or have a special manicure from our resident cleaner shrimps.

Blackpool Pleasure Beach.

There’s something for everyone at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Britain’s favourite amusement park. 125 breathtaking rides and attractions including the UK’s tallest roller coaster the Big One, Infusion and the Grand National and now the UK’s first Nickelodeon themed attraction.

Nickelodeon Land.

Nickelodeon Land (in Blackpool Pleasure Beach) features 12 amazing themed rides and attractions as well as the opportunity to rub shoulders with your favourite characters including SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora the Explorer and many more. Visitors can also enjoy the spectacular Dancing Water Show and enjoy the South Beach Magic Show.

Pleasure Beach Ice Rink.

The arena situated at Blackpool Pleasure Beach is the oldest purpose built indoor ice skating arena in the world. Another first for Blackpool.

Madame Tussauds Blackpool.

12 themed areas over five floors, including the brand new Best of British room, Madame Tussauds Blackpool takes you on a journey through the world of TV, music, film, sport and comedy.

Blackpool Zoo.

Blackpool Zoo is the perfect, fun day out for all ages. Animals, fresh air, good food and great value for money. Big cats, elephants, giraffes, sealions, apes and much more. Home to more than 1,500 exotic animals, Blackpool Zoo is a fun-packed and unforgettable day out for the whole family.

Sandcastle Waterpark.

Blackpool Sandcastle Waterpark is the UK’s Largest Indoor Waterpark and with more than 18 slides and attractions in an 84° tropical climate there is truly something to entertain the whole family. Featuring two new Aztec themed slides, Montazooma and Aztec Falls, families can add these slides to the list of thrill slides like Masterblaster and Sidewinder or the more relaxing free flowing Ushi Gushi Action River, the tranquil Shimmering Shallows and the ever popular Typhoon Lagoon Wavepool.

Blackpool Model Village & Gardens.

Blackpool’s award winning attraction the Blackpool Model Village & Gardens is set in 2 1/2 acres of stunningly beautiful landscaped gardens with paved pathways that provide full access to all. With 10Os of hand crafted models and figures creating various village scenes from a Scottish Castle, protected by its ranks of Guardsmen to a busy Cornish fishing village and bustling market square, there is plenty that will spark your imagination.

Stanley Park.

A masterpiece of landscape design and historical splendour, with wide open spaces to stretch those legs and let the young ones run off some energy.

Blackpool Piers.

Blackpool is unique in having not just one but three piers, North Pier, Central Pier and South Pier along the famous Blackpool Golden Mile offering hours of thrills, fun and laughter for all the family.

Tower Festival Headland.

On the famous Blackpool Golden Mile opposite Blackpool Tower next to the beach is the Tower Festival Headland a stunning outdoor area created during the promenade rebuilding project. The new home for the Blackpool Illuminations switch on concert and a host of festivals and meetings throughout the year, as well as the Comedy carpet.

Blackpool Comedy Carpet.

The largest public artwork ever commissioned in the UK, located on Tower Festival Headland and with jokes and quips from your favourite comedians over the years it is guaranteed to make you laugh.

Blackpool Winter Gardens.

A stunning Victorian building Blackpool’s Winter Gardens first opened to the public on 11 July 1878 and described as “The Most Magnificent Palace of Amusement In The World” home to The Arena The Opera House, The Empress Ballroom, The Pavilion Theatre & Horseshoe, The Olympia, The Floral Hall, The Theatre Bar and The Galleon Bar and on the first floor The Spanish Hall and The Windsor Bar, The Baronial Hall and The Renaissance Room. Not to missed on any visit to Blackpool.