Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Whether you’re a keen rider or coat holder, there are ticket options to suit you. Wristbands typically include entry plus unlimited rides on the park’s major attractions, while the day pass offers a more affordable option for time-limited travellers or families with little ones. Alternatively, individual tickets can be purchased for each ride. Show and event tickets must be purchased separately, though these generally include park admission.
Things to know before you go
- Wheelchair users or guests with disabilities should contact the venue in advance to organise access arrangements.
- Book before you arrive to secure the best prices. Kids aged under two enter for free.
- Baby changing facilities and accessible bathrooms can be found across the park.
- Lockers, cash machines, restaurants, and free Wi-Fi are also widely available.
How to get there
Blackpool Pleasure Beach has five car parks, all with slightly different prices. It also has its own train station and tram stop, both located close to the main entrance. Services travel here directly from Blackpool North station.
When to get there
Wristband prices vary according to peak or off-peak scheduling. For the best prices, avoid weekends and school holidays. For a different view across the Irish Sea, look out for Late Night Riding & Fireworks events, which take place on some Saturdays during the high season.
Blackpool’s Big Sights
Blackpool Pleasure Beach is just one of many must-sees in the resort town. Multi-attraction passes like the Blackpool Big Ticket or Blackpool Resort Pass are a great way to save money while ticking off top sights, such as the Blackpool Tower, Madame Tussauds, or SEA LIFE® Blackpool.