Pleasure Beach Blackpool incl Nickelodeon Land Ticket & Hotel Deals
525 Ocean Blvd, Blackpool, FY4 1EZ.
- The Big One is the tallest roller coaster in the UK
- Winner of TripAdvisor's Traveller's Choice Award for Best UK Theme Park in 2014
- Great fun for all the family, there are rides to suit all ages!
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Pleasure Beach Blackpool incl Nickelodeon Land Ticket + Hotel Packages + Rail
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Blackpool Pleasure Beach Breaks
An iconic seaside theme park, Blackpool Pleasure Beach is a great family-friendly park full of exciting rides and attractions.
About Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Blackpool Pleasure Beach is Blackpool’s iconic theme park was founded in 1896, and it is one of the most-visited tourist attractions in England. The theme park is home to many famous roller coasters, rides, theatre shows and eateries, and is a complex which has all you need for a great day out with the family. Featuring a host of iconic rides for kids and big kids alike, the adrenaline-filled rides like the Grand National, the world-famous Big Dipper and The Big One are musts for thrill seekers, while the special, 6-acre Nickelodeon Land is a great place for younger thrill-seekers to have fun.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach Highlights
- Ride the UK’s only roller coaster suspended over water on the park’s Infusion ride
- Join Wallace and Gromit on their adventure on the family-friendly Thrill-O-Matic ride
- Check out the famous Hot Ice theatre show inside the park
- Step back in time on the Viking-themed extreme water ride, Valhalla
What Makes it Super
A great theme park for families, friends and couples, the diverse range of rides and zones in Blackpool Pleasure Beach means that the whole family will be entertained on a short break in Blackpool. The park’s newest attraction is The Red Arrow Skyforce takes you on a 360-degree tour of the skies, allowing you to take control of your very own plane.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach Reviews
Stay Date: 11/2017, LYNETTE D wrote this review.
Love the pleasure beach, lots of rides for young and old, lots of places to eat too, you can come and go as you please when purchasing a band
Love the pleasure beach, lots of rides for young and old, lots of places to eat too, you can come and go as you please when purchasing a band Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, fallenangel93 wrote this review.
As it was november it wasn't too busy, was a bit cold but that was to be expected, had a really good day lots to do good value for money only £18 each for a wristband cheeper than the waterpark we had the all day drinks as well which was only £8 eac… See more
As it was november it wasn't too busy, was a bit cold but that was to be expected, had a really good day lots to do good value for money only £18 each for a wristband cheeper than the waterpark we had the all day drinks as well which was only £8 each cheeper if you book online :) Collapse
Weekend in Blackpool
Stay Date: 10/2017, Sue P wrote this review.
We stay in Blackpool every October to enjoy the illuminations. We always visit the Pleasure Beach. There are plenty of rides for all ages and in a reasonably compact area, not sprawling and no unnecessary walking. We ordered our tickets in advance an… See more
We stay in Blackpool every October to enjoy the illuminations. We always visit the Pleasure Beach. There are plenty of rides for all ages and in a reasonably compact area, not sprawling and no unnecessary walking. We ordered our tickets in advance and collected them on the day. The queues for collection looked horrendous, however it was very well organised and we were dealt with swiftly. We were informed the Wild Mouse ride was closed and a board in the entrance lobby stated that. We had nice weather and enjoyed our day leaving 'Valhalla' till last. We purchased waterproof capes and we to go on the Valhalla ride we were informed it was closed and would not be open again that day! This was very disappointing as one of our party had never been on it, there was no notice on the board to indicate it was closed, this spoilt what was generally a good day. We thought the food at the food outlets was fairly good value, you can hire a locker for your picnic and go outside the park to eat it as they do not allow you to take your own food into the park. There isn't really a picnic are within the pleasure beach and we think that is a shame. We enjoyed our day but we were unable to use the next day free return ticket as we were travelling home that day. Collapse
New visit after a long time, Very much enjoyed it
Stay Date: 10/2017, Alan_Whitehead_16 wrote this review.
Must say I left a bad review of Blackpool Pleasure Beach as it seemed to of gone so down hill. Recently visited with my teenage son and daughter aged 8. Got to admit the place seemed much much better and we all had an amazing day. Good to see lots o… See more
Must say I left a bad review of Blackpool Pleasure Beach as it seemed to of gone so down hill. Recently visited with my teenage son and daughter aged 8. Got to admit the place seemed much much better and we all had an amazing day. Good to see lots of things going on here and there with things being in the pipeline for improvements and new rides. There is a large age gap between my kids but we all had a brilliant day out and talk about it to this day weeks after. Collapse
The Highs and Lows of Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Stay Date: 03/2017, VamySola wrote this review.
Whilst entering the park was a little stressful (huge queues, confusion, lots of not so brilliantly marked out counters and refusal of admission without first emptying our handbags, despite not being requested to empty our two shopping bags), the par… See more
Whilst entering the park was a little stressful (huge queues, confusion, lots of not so brilliantly marked out counters and refusal of admission without first emptying our handbags, despite not being requested to empty our two shopping bags), the park itself was the total opposite; everything was clean, calm, open and inviting. Despite how busy the park got there was never any sense of the place being over crowded. In fact, one thing we enjoyed about Pleasure Beach was how well planned out the park is; it is very easy to find the ride you are looking for, which saves time and means getting to experience more rides. The queues, whilst we were there, were far shorter than those at other parks we've been too. At Thorpe Park we waited well over three hours in 30C sun with no shade, penned (literally) in 2 meter high narrow cage walls that were festooned with barbed wire. By the time we got to the front of the queue we were just so chuffed to sit down and feel a breeze,the Saw ride was more pleasant than petrifying. At Pleasure Beach we waited half an hour, if that, under a canopy which kept the sun and rain from us to ride The Big One, which we both agree is also a far more thrilling roller coaster too, despite it's age and lack of bells and whistles. The same cannot be said of Infusion. Whilst Infusion has headrests, they are so hard and the ride is so 'jerky' that I literally spent the entire experience attempting to push my head against one side of the headrest and anticipate the next jolt or corner to avoid my ears smashing against the hard plastic. The person I was with was also rubbing their ears and had literal tears in their eyes from having felt like they'd just had their 'head kicked in' too. Their ears were swollen and red. My neck hurt for the rest of the day, which is something I've never experienced on a roller coaster before, but have heard a lot of people speak about after riding Infusion. To sum it up - I once fell headfirst down a staircase and incured a spinal injury and that hurt less. And was about as much fun. On a happier note, the staff at Blackpool Pleasure Beach were all super. They checked people were buckled up and comfortable before the ride began. In fact, the consistently professional manner of the staff reassured the person I was there with so much that she braved to ride the roller coasters she'd been too terrified to ride for the first fifty years of her life. So, a big thanks to the staff for making my experience a less lonely one, and for (without even realising it) opening my companion's eyes up to a whole new world of excitement. Whilst roller coasters don't daunt me, one thing that does whilst at a theme park is entering the toilet facilities, especially towards the end of the day, but the toilets we used were all maintained, clean and didn't look or smell horrible, which was a huge relief. Whilst we didn't eat in any of the diners / restaurants, we did grab chips and drinks etc between rides, opting to eat in the queues. We were pleasantly surprised by how reasonable the food and drink was too...and of course, being in Blackpool, the chips were actual chip shop chips rather than over salted American style 'shoestring fries'. Happy days. There was a broad and varied selection of rides and things to do, see and enjoy for all ages and those who aren't big on big roller coasters too. A fellow Trip Advisor reviewer wrote in their review that those staying in central blackpool would need to take a tram to get to Pleasure Beach. Whilst some (especially those trailing very young children) might prefer to get there by tram, it is actually a reasonable walk and provides a great oppotunity to explore the promenade in its entirity ahead of hitting the theme park. We walked it and walked back in the rain without it dampening our spirits or being tiring; there's too much to see and enjoy along the way to get bored. Collapse
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