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Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Blackpool

(3.7/5 based on 8,000+ reviews on the web)
A tremendous offering of thrill rides, family rides, shopping, eating, and other activities has made Blackpool Pleasure Beach one of the world's most popular amusement parks. Choose from ten roller coasters--five of which are wooden--and enjoy gentler theme rides through colorfully decorated scenes. Watch an entertaining illusion show and choose from six restaurants and cafes and 16 fast-food outlets. You can ice-skate in the on-site rink, try out one of the UK's most lavish miniature-golf courses, and play cutting-edge video games in six different arcades. If you plan on visiting other amusement parks in the UK, consider purchasing a pass for admission into multiple venues. Add Blackpool Pleasure Beach to your Blackpool travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Blackpool trip builder.
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  • Blackpool Pleasure beach is well worth a visit as long as you don't go in peak season. Even when we went it was a cold dry day but only went on around 8/9 rides. 
  • Having been let down by the hotel we were meant to be staying at my family went to the pleasure beach ice arena for a few hours and had a lovely time 
  • Fantastic fun if you like fast fun rides. We took the children for a whole day,which you need to enjoy the whole pleasure beach experience. There are of course height restrictions on the faster rides ...  more »
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  • We attended the Pleasure Beach last year and found the rides perfect for our son (4yrs) lots of rides for his age group and not difficult to get around. We also purchased some of the pictures on the rides and the character as part of a package deal. This year the package deal on the picture has changed and the character pictures are an extra cost and no longer part of the deal. I wouldn't suggest getting the picture deal as the main reason for them is to get a shot with my son's favourite character. Food is reasonable for a park but the staff serving are not what I would call friendly. Overall good day out, we even played a game of finding the unhappiest staff, which wasn't hard.
  • Love the pleasure beach. We went on a Saturday in October and queues were a good size but not terrible. The rides have a great mix of classic rides and more modern ones. Plenty for all ages to do and the kids love nick land.
  • Definitely aiming towards the family market with a number of family rides available. When you visit it is understandable why the Pleasure Beach has changed the admission pricing procedures during the recent years when it offers more rides than Alton Towers. We had a brilliant day out.
  • Neither pleasurable, nor a beach! This place used to be about family fun. Now its ALL about 'how much can we rip people off'!! The speedy passes & speedy pops are useless, & hugely expensive. Whilst a can of soda will set you back £2.25, a small coffee or Tea will have you shelling out £2 each! Avoid at all costs!
  • Love it here spent the whole day from open to close. We go every year and is great fun for young and old. Just wish it was a little cheaper for entrance fee.