Pleasure Beach's mini golf offers 12 holes of crazy golf in the Adventure Golf. Each hole offers hazards ranging from jumps and bumps to rivers and underground tunnels, all adding to the fun.
Ocean Boulevard, 525 Promenade, FY4 1EZ
The horse drawn carriage is one of the most popular ways to enjoy Blackpool's Golden Mile. You can usually find them parked opposite the Central Pier and the Sandcastle Waterpark.
Built after the North Pier, the central pier is the place for Family fun with game stalls, arcade, rides, including a big wheel, and more. Also discover the he Kings and Queens show at the pier's theatre.
Promenade, FY1 5BB
The Blackpool Tower Circus, positioned at the base of the tower, between its four legs, returns with a fantastic array of adventurous acts from all around the word. The circus first opened to the public on 14 May 1894 and has not missed a season since.
The promenade, Blackpool, FY1 4bJ
The perfect exhilarating, exciting, entertaining, escape the room experience! Near M55. 3 escape games: Detonation, The eXperiments, Quarantined. From £15 per player.
Whyndyke Farm, Preston New Rd, FY4 4XQ
The perfect exhilarating, exciting, entertaining, escape the room experience! On the promenade. 3 escape games: Bunker 38, A-I-9, Cell Block C. From £15 per player.
Laser Quest, 66-74 Promenade, FY1 1HB
The Comedy Carpet Blackpool is one of the UK’s biggest pieces of Public Art and was officially opened by legendary Liverpool comedian Ken Dodd. It took five years to make the 2,200m2 in size Comedy Carpet Blackpool.
Tower Festival Headland, Promenade, FY1 1AP
The unmissable amusement arcade on the promenade with its Pirates themed front. It is the largest amusement arcade in Blackpool. There is a parrot monorail that flies around the arcade, ideal for young visitor. It also hosts a Casino.
Bonny Street, Blackpool, FY1 5DW
The unforgettable donkey rides on the beach. One of the lasting souvenirs for young children since the Victorian times. Now, they can be paid cashless thanks to their new "payment saddles". Central beach is the traditional spot to visit for a donkey ride
The famous international attraction Dungeon is in Blackpool. Journey into the belly of The Blackpool Tower for the trip of a lifetime. A a full cast of brilliant actors, ten interactive shows backed with laughs and frights .
Bank Hey Street, FY1 4BJ
Empire Bingo Blackpool is a fully licensed independently owned club that boasts over 35 years of experience. Located just 1.5 miles from Blackpool Pleasure Beach the Bingo and Social Club is easily accessible to all.
173 Hawes Side Ln, FY4 4AJ
7 escape rooms right in the heart of Blackpool. Are you ready for the challenge? 6 one hour games plus 1 new half hour game.
44 Church St, FY1 1HP
An exciting Go Karting circuit and twin engined karts. This unique bowl shaped arena, offers the region’s biggest and fastest kart circuit. an exceptional race track with flowing line and plenty of overtaking opportunities.
1 Queen's Promenade, FY2 9RJ
One of the big amusement arcades on the Promenade. Bingo and many games and prizes to win for the enjoyment of the whole family. Next to Sea Life.
61 Promenade, FY1 5AA
Silcock's Fun Palace is a whole kingdom of family fun, many games and prizes. It is open all year around. The Captains Table Fish & Chip Restaurant serves Fish & Chips and a variety of seaside favourites everyday.
125 - 141 Promenade, FY1 5BE
Join The Victorian Ghost Hunter on a walk as he guides you to some of Blackpool’s most haunted locations. you will hear tales of terror and supernatural that will make the hairs stand up on the back of your neck!
Festival House, The Promenade FY1 1AP
One of the big amusement arcades in town. On the promenade. Golden Mile Amusements arcade offers a lot of fun to families: many arcade games, bumper cars, bowling…
67-73 Promenade, FY1 5BD
Glow in the dark Family fun. 12 hole UV glow in the dark family golf, with arcade and party room. It is indoor, next to Sea Life centre. So, even if the weather is inclement, enjoy a fun time there.
Central Promenade, FY1 5AA
The Grand Theatre is an 1100-seat theatre that was designed by Victorian theatre architect Frank Matcham and was opened in 1894. It can be visited during Heritage tours, or while attending a performance.
33 Church Street, FY1 1HT
Founded in 1911, this art gallery has rotating displays showcasing 20th & 21st-century works. The Grundy Art Gallery building is a beautiful Grade II listed art venue. Free entry. Closed Sundays.
Queen Street, FY1 1PU
A family run amusement arcade with families in mind and also a prize bingo and cafe. On the promenade next to Madame Tussauds.
95-97 Promenade, FY1 5AA
Blackpool High Ropes course, situated in Stanley Park is fun, physical and perfect for a fun day out. Suitable for anyone aged 5 years and up. Prices start from just £8 per person and a range of packages are available.
Stanley Park, West Park Drive, FY3 9HQ
Founded in 1879, one of the largest light shows in the world: 6 miles (10 km) long and over one million bulbs! You can also go on illuminated tram cars. From September to first weekend of November.
Paintball, Archery, Air Rifles, Knife and Axe throwing, Outdoor Laser tag, Escape Games, Human Table Football, Mini Highland Games. Located just off Junction 4 of the M55 at the Whyndyke Farm.
Wundyke Farm Preston New Road, FY4 4XQ
Karting for all the family. Junior Kart top speed 6mph, Bandit 20mph, Adult 40mph. A fun karting experience with a floodlit track and electronic lap timing. Next to the South Pier.
South Shore, Promenade, FY4 1BB
It is familiar to millions of travellers due to its location on the main road into Blackpool, by the end of the M55 motorway. First reported in 1796.
Preston New Road, FY4 4XQ
Large chain bingo venue with an on-site bar, a cafe and electronic gaming machines. There are 2000 seats in the venue, as well as electronic terminals that can be used to play Mecca Max.
Talbot Road, FY1 3QX
Blackpool's Model Village is set in 2 ½ acres of gardens with paved pathways that provide full access to the visitors. The models are all hand crafted and depict buildings and scenes of Britain's past. There is a working train running through the main village.
Stanley Park Offices, W Park Dr, FY3 9RB
The North Pier was officially opened on 21 May 1863. It is the oldest and largest of the three coastal piers in Blackpool. It boasts bars, arcade, a large theatre, a sun lounge, a double decker carousel and more.
North Pier Promenade, FY1 1NE
Private 18 hole golf club, 71 par, length 6444 yards. The club offers different membership. But you can also book Visitor Green Fee.
416 Devonshire Road, FY2 0RD
The Odeon cinema situated in the Festival Park, near Blackpool Football Club, has 10 screens for a total of 2,695 seats. The Cinema has wheelchair access to foyer, auditorium and disabled toilets.
Rigby Road, FY1 5EP
One of the country’s largest theatres, with a seating capacity of almost 3,000. As part of the Winter Gardens, the theatre is a Grade II Listed Building. It was built in 1939, replacing the first opera house of 1889.
97 Church Street, FY1 1HL
Within Stanley Park, this is a 18 hole golf club opened in 1925 by the famous architect Dr Alister MacKenzie, who also designed such well known courses as Royal Melbourne, Cypress Point and Augusta National.
North Park Drive, FY3 8LS
Walk-through horror show where live actors scare visitors in a labyrinth, with a bar at the end. Located in the Casino Building at Pleasure Beach, it has been terrifying its visitors for more than 20 years.
525 Casino Building, FY4 1EZ
Family friendly bingo on the promenade near the central pier. 10p a play.
165 Promenade, FY1 5BE
The Pleasure Beach was founded in 1896 and is the most visited amusement park in the UK. More than 40 attractions and rides, 2 theatres and an ice rink hosting many shows.
525 Ocean Boulevard, FY4 1EZ
Discover a unique collection of strange, unusual and extraordinary exhibits as you journey through eight themed galleries, across two amazing floors and witness the astonishing world of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! on ten screens. It is fun for all ages.
Unit 5&6 Ocean Boulevard, Pleasure Beach, FY4 1EZ
The waterpark is the largest UK waterpark with over 18 slides and attractions. It is also home to the world's longest indoor roller-coaster water slide.
South Beach, FY4 1BB
Showcasing more than 2,500 aquatic creatures including tropical sharks, colourful reef fish, turtles, rays and sea horses. An ocean tank and a tunnel offer an immersive experience.
Promenade, FY1 5AA
The Solaris Centre is the first major Blackpool Council building to integrate a high level of energy-efficient features in its design. On site café.
New South Promenade, FY4 1RW
The third pier of Blackpool. The South Pier was opened on Good Friday, 1893. Once again, dedicated to good family fun with rides, arcade, games.
Promenade, FY4 1BB
Stanley Park is the largest park in Blackpool. It covers an area of 256 acres. The park was voted UK's best park 2019.
West Park Drive, FY3 9HU
Built more than 125 years ago, this is the most iconic landmark of Blackpool. Inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the tower rises to 158m (518 ft) and offers a 30 mile view from the top. It comprises 6 amazing attractions.
The promenade, FY1 4bJ
Madame Tussauds is the famous wax museum that first started in London and then branches in major cities across the World. Many starts from history, the world of music, sport, entertainment and super-heroes.
87-89 Central Promenade, FY1 5AA
Opened in 1878, it is a Grade II listed building, incorporating various elements built between 1875 and 1939. It hosts a cafe, restaurant, bar, theatres and a ballroom.
97 Church St, FY1 1HL
Blackpool Zoo is home to 1,500 animals from over 400 species. One of the best zoos in the country. The younger visitors have the chance to meet and even feed some of the animals.
East Park Drive, FY3 8PP