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
- Ride Blackpool Pleasure Beach's newest rollercoaster... Icon
- 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
Blackpool Pleasure Beach Breaks
An iconic seaside theme park, Blackpool Pleasure Beach is a great family-friendly park full of exciting rides and attractions.
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
5th birthday family fun
Stay Date: 06/2019, Leanne G wrote this review.
Brilliant day compliment to #teamnicleesh for the face painting amd interaction with the children. Brilliant characters
Brilliant day compliment to #teamnicleesh for the face painting amd interaction with the children. Brilliant characters Collapse
Lack of customer care ruins celebratory trip
Stay Date: 06/2019, Darren B wrote this review.
It's a review in two parts; the park itself and the 'customer service'. Personal circumstances mean it is not easy for me to go to Blackpool. But, as my best friend and I both turn 50 this year, we decided to recapture our lost youth (or try to) at t… See more
It's a review in two parts; the park itself and the 'customer service'. Personal circumstances mean it is not easy for me to go to Blackpool. But, as my best friend and I both turn 50 this year, we decided to recapture our lost youth (or try to) at the top of The Big One. My previous two visits to Blackpool - the last in 2007 - BOTH saw me unable to ride The Big One as it was closed. And guess what, it happens in threes! Closed again. We did a recce on the Tuesday we arrived (with wristbands bought for a full day on the Wednesday). We were told by a member of staff in person that The Big One was closed for "routine maintenance" and would "most likely be closed tomorrow, too." So, back in our hotel, I messaged customer services to voice my frustration - why couldn't routine maintenance take place during the winter months, like most other theme parks? When we arrived the next day to collect our wristbands, we were told "There's only one ride closed today, which is The Big One, because of the weather." Weather? What sort of "routine maintenance" is that? I left my phone in the hotel for our day in the park, and got back to find a reply to my message from the previous day, saying "The Big One is shut for urgent maintenance". So, NOT the weather, then. And if maintenance is "urgent", it's funny how we didn't see any sign whatsover of any maintenance man or "urgent" work taking place - and boy, we looked. Every 20 mins or so. Nothing. Not impressed. Nor was I impressed by the 'couldn't care less' attitude of the staff. Still, we DID have a good day. Everything else WAS open, the queues were short and we got more than 20 rides in. We bought a wristband that gave us all the digital pix we could want. We were VERY CAREFUL to choose the pix we wanted. In the process of downloading them a few days later, three codes don't work (other parks do "all day" bands where your barcode is scanned, so when you log on a few days later, all your pix are waiting. Blackpool offering individual codes for the photo. So I have 13 slightly soggy receipts that I had to input, one by one. And what do you know. Three don't work (tried multiple times, and using the letter o and number 0 alternately, just in case). And one is the complete wrong pic. Not us. And We DID choose the right number at the park. So the staff member must have input it wrong. I sent another message to customer services. Another cold, uncaring, reply, passing the buck to the photo company. No care for my third trip to Blackpool (240 miles there, 240 miles back) without being able to do The Big One, conflicting info about why The Big ONe was shut, but then we tried to make the best of it and now, due to another cock up, four of our 13 photos are currently lost to us. Three wont download at all and the fourth - well, I have no idea who the two people in it are, but they are not us. The park itself? Great. Our first time on Icon (and our second, third and fourth!) and it soon became my favourite coaster in the UK. Love it. The Grand National - another firm favourite - was a real bone-rattler. We had a great time. If only we had ALL the memories we should have had, to cherish now that it's over. And if only our experience had not been tainted by a complete and utter "don't really care one little bit" attitude from the "customer care/services" team. Blackpool Pleasure Beach has plenty to offer; book on line in advance and you can do it without breaking the bank;great selection of rides. Hopefully you will have a great day. Just hope you don't have cause to contact customer care because, quite frankly, they don't. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2019, JamieT80 wrote this review.
Had a brill day here with family and friends. Probably our best theme park to visit. Lots of rides for all the family. We also like the fact they have a lot of rides that are for kids in between the little and big rides.we always visit the pizza buff… See more
Had a brill day here with family and friends. Probably our best theme park to visit. Lots of rides for all the family. We also like the fact they have a lot of rides that are for kids in between the little and big rides.we always visit the pizza buffet restaurant when there as its All u can eat and not bad prices. Also the refillable drinks are really good we always get them. There £10 each u can get hot or cold and can get them refilled all day long for free. Collapse
Great days out
Stay Date: 10/2018, lindsayparker81 wrote this review.
It was in October that we visited Blackpool so it was quite cold, but we still had a wonderful time. a few of the rides were closed but that didn’t bother us too much. The kids favourite ride was the steeple chase which we were made to go on over and… See more
It was in October that we visited Blackpool so it was quite cold, but we still had a wonderful time. a few of the rides were closed but that didn’t bother us too much. The kids favourite ride was the steeple chase which we were made to go on over and over! we will be back in a year or two definitely Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2018, cazboro wrote this review.
Pleasure beach is not for the faint hearted lol providing the wether is kind to you can spend the day in here athough the mad.mouse has gone an old.bone shaker
Pleasure beach is not for the faint hearted lol providing the wether is kind to you can spend the day in here athough the mad.mouse has gone an old.bone shaker Collapse
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