Blackpool Pleasure Beach

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General Information

Blackpool Pleasure Beach is an amusement park situated in Blackpool, England. The amusement park was founded in 1896 by the Thompson Family who is still its owners today. The park is extremely popular and has broken many records for its rides in the past. It was the first in Europe to introduce a fully inverting steel roller coaster and is the last remaining park in the world to have a steeplechase roller coaster. The park is a mix of new and old rides and roller coaster engineering. There are rides and entertainment for everyone and that's why it has always been one of the UK’s most visited attractions.

Getting there

If travelling by car, there is a designated car park just off ‘Bond St’. The amusement park is a 20-30 minute walk from ‘Blackpool North’ train station which is served by trains from all parts of the country, you can get the train from ‘Blackpool North’ to ‘Blackpool South’ which is a 5-minute walk away from the park. The Blackpool tramway and the 1 and 21 bus services stop outside the park.

Opening Times and Admission

The park is open seven days a week, 11am-5pm except for Saturdays when the park stays open later. It is best to check the opening times before you go as they can change due to the time of the year and if the schools are on holiday. Ticket prices vary on the day you visit, it will usually cost around £40 for adults (over 12) and £33 for children (under 11); if you book online you can make big savings on those prices.

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Posted: 15 Jan 2019, 20:53





A few decent rides but not much else, very old fashioned park. The price is probably slightly expensive for what it is and parking was a bit difficult.

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