Rail + 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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Rail + Pleasure Beach Blackpool incl Nickelodeon Land Ticket + Hotel Packages + Rail
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An iconic seaside theme park, Blackpool Pleasure Beach is a great family-friendly park full of exciting rides and attractions.
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.Opening Spring 2018, ride ICON the UK’s first double launch coaster, featuring 15 interactions involving five different rides. A double launch will see thrillseekers propelled forward at high speed not only at the start of the ride, but also at a second point half way through the two and a half minute experience.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach Reviews
Family ticket value
Stay Date: 08/2018, 33chris1975 wrote this review.
All in all a good day saved money as a family ticket good rides and ques for rides where not too bad like the way they have a ride height for accompanied with an adult so smaller kids can go on some rides accompanied with an adult rather than not a… See more
All in all a good day saved money as a family ticket good rides and ques for rides where not too bad like the way they have a ride height for accompanied with an adult so smaller kids can go on some rides accompanied with an adult rather than not at all which was useful also if you check online you can find the ride heights on the pleasure beach website so you could measure your child before going to plan your day Collapse
Woooo, great fun!
Stay Date: 08/2018, Paul N wrote this review.
Parked on an unregulated road a few yards from Starr Gate (hint, hint), and took the tram to Pleasure Beach. Considering it was the summer school holiday, it was incredibly quiet. I bought speedy passes (as it hadn't cost anything to get in, thanks… See more
Parked on an unregulated road a few yards from Starr Gate (hint, hint), and took the tram to Pleasure Beach. Considering it was the summer school holiday, it was incredibly quiet. I bought speedy passes (as it hadn't cost anything to get in, thanks Tesco). This was great for my teenage son who flew round the 'thrill rides'. It was totally pointless for me and my younger daughter who barely had to queue for anything for more than two minutes (mainly Nick world). So apart from wasting thirty quid, we had a great day out with more rides than we could get through, but that wasn't due to queueing, we'd just had our fill. Highly recommended. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2018, NaomiNDalton wrote this review.
We had a great time, this was the first time that our 9 year old daughter was tall enough to go on all the rides and she had the time of het life. We managed to get on every ride we got there at 10 and stayed till the park closer at 7. The park was… See more
We had a great time, this was the first time that our 9 year old daughter was tall enough to go on all the rides and she had the time of het life. We managed to get on every ride we got there at 10 and stayed till the park closer at 7. The park was clean good toilets. Enough to keep us entertained all day we did have to que which was to be expected it's summer but longest we waited was just over 50 mins for the big one every other side was on ever 20 mins max. The worst expense was car parking! No way round it looking at at least 10 pounds where ever you park! Drinks are dear to bye in the pleasure beach but food reasonable but nothing to stop you taking your own in. Had a brilliant time. Our tickets as well we get to go back for free in the month of September can't go wrong with that! Collapse
An old favourite
Stay Date: 08/2018, Audrey K wrote this review.
Been going to Blackpool Pleasure Beach since I was a child. The new ride Icon is brilliant with fast moving queue, about 15-20 minutes. Nickelodeon land looks great for kids. Rides great but some with long queues, especially The Big One (50 minu… See more
Been going to Blackpool Pleasure Beach since I was a child. The new ride Icon is brilliant with fast moving queue, about 15-20 minutes. Nickelodeon land looks great for kids. Rides great but some with long queues, especially The Big One (50 minutes) and In Fusion (45 minutes); both only had one train running. Pleasure beach definitely been smartened up with good eating places. Very clean and toilets kept clean too. Friendly staff. Wristbands booked in advance are good value for money, especially when purchased with Tesco vouchers. There’s some building work at the South side near The Big Blue Hotel. Hopefully they’ll also smarten up the premises along the front of pleasure beach as some buildings empty/shabby. Definitely will return. Collapse
Great Holiday fun, Old fashioned/modern feel and right by a beach
Stay Date: 09/2017, Jayt983 wrote this review.
Love the pleasure beach its my fave theme park, I go about every 2 years. Theres something special about it, has old fashioned rides and modern roller coasters, I think its a british gem. I love the carosel horses, grand national and the Big Dipper/P… See more
Love the pleasure beach its my fave theme park, I go about every 2 years. Theres something special about it, has old fashioned rides and modern roller coasters, I think its a british gem. I love the carosel horses, grand national and the Big Dipper/Pepsi Max , Iceblast when Im brave enough. I love the fun of theme parks but must admit Im one of them safety worrying people and scared of heights, but braving the pepsi max was amazing because even though it looks really high and a big drop it's not as fast or steep as you would think, It was thrilling :) Valhalla is probably the best ride to get on, coaster water themed more of an experience. I dont find it expensive and tickets are cheaper online and there is always offers of 2for1 on food products etc especially in summer..the price is worth it. I cant comment when its really busy and hard to get on rides beacause Iv personally never had an issue and usually go in the summer. Near by is the beach, piers, water park and at the other end is the tower and circus so its a good destination too. The only criticism I will say is Iv been on the nutty squirrel ride that looks childlike! but is a small wooden coaster ride..well it pushes feeling safe off the scale with fast drops, also grand national you hold on to not fall off the horses that jerk around the track, im surprised people dont have whiplash or hurt themselves. (All the other rides tho you feel safe) :) Iv also tried the horror walk through ride pasaje del terror, cheaper booked online, I would say much better than visiting blackpool dungeon because its scary,fun and within the pleasure beach too, defo worth trying :) I think The pleasure beach is a great family day out in a great location. Collapse
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