Close Attractions - The Montclair
Sandcastle Waterpark is one of Blackpool's leading tourist attractions. The Waterpark features over 18 slides and attractions including water slides, fun pools, wave machine, lazy river, water chutes, burger bars, snack bars, arcades, swim shop and much much more.
The Grand Theatre
The Grand Theatre is an 1100-seat theatre designed by Frank Matcham in 1894. This amazing space is a wonder of restoration and revival, presenting a full range of every performing artform, as Blackpool's community theatre, Lancashire's preferred opera house and Britain's National Theatre of Variety.
Madame Tussauds Blackpool
Madame Tussauds Blackpool is opening right on the Promenade in Spring 2011, and you're invited! Step onto the red carpet and mingle with your favourite TV stars, then go to the locker room and meet your favourite sports stars getting ready for their next game.
518 ft of fun for all the family. Over the comingmonths there are going to be some extremely exciting developments to Blackpool's top attraction. But while these are going on there's still plenty to do! Enjoy the sights and sounds of The Blackpool Tower Ballroom and younger visitors can have the playtime of their lives at Jungle Jim's Children's Indoor Play!
Blackpool Zoo is a fantastic fun day out for the whole family and top of the list for things to see and do in Blackpool and Lancashire. The Zoo has over 1500 animals, and is a great value for money family day out.
Blackpool Model Village & Gardens
Blackpools award winning attraction the Blackpool Model Village &Gardens has been serving the Lancashire community since the late 1960s. We specialise in bringing smiles and laughter to our visitors and our staff can always be relied upon to be friendly and helpful.
There's nowhere quite like Blackpool for family fun and this February Half-Term Blackpool Live present a terrific show for all ages, packed with thrills and laughter…Circus Hilarious. Now in its 15th year ‘Circus Hilarious’is creating laughter and mayhem all over the UK. The show is packed with fun, magic and excitement not just for the children but for Mum and Dad too.
Covering a period of nine days this is by far the largest of all the five Blackpool Festivals. The Festival covers Ballroom and Latin American dancing, incorporating the British Open Championships for Adult Amateur and Professional couples, plus Formation Teams. 2005 saw the introduction of two new events, the British Rising Star Amateur Ballroom and Latin Competitions.
The Winter Gardens
The Winter Gardens is a unique venue, offering one of the largest theatre stages in the country, the Empress Ballroom home to the World's largest Dance Festivals. A number of smaller rooms set off the venue including the Spanish Hall, with its Andalucian Village lining the roof, the wood panelled Baronial Hall, perfect for Medieval Banquets.
The new-look Up The Pool programme made its first appearance of the campaign in the 2-2 draw with Fulham. Packed with 84 pages of new features including exclusive interviews with all your favourite Pool stars and Bloomfield Road legends, all for just £3, it is not to be missed.
If you like animals you’ll love Farmer Parrs! Award winning LEA approved visitor centre comprising animal farm, museum, pottery, tea room / shop, outdoor play area and large indoor barns.
Sealife Centre Blackpool
Visitors will be stunned to discover that creatures like the slender pipefish, relative of the seahorse are abundant in European seas and that the colourful cuckoo wrasse can undergo a sex-change. You will be amazed to see the varieties of rays populating our own marine world, from the sharp-spined thornback to the intricately patterned undulate ray.
Pleasure beach Blackpool
New this season at Pleasure beach Blackpool is a sculpture garden installed on the location of the old dodgem ride, the dodgems have relocated to another area of the park and the building demolished to make way for the sculptures and water features. All comments as usual are welcome.