Things to see and do - Blackpool
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Thanks to the railway, thousands of holidaymakers have flocked to Blackpool every year since 1846. Today, about a third of its tourists come in the autumn, to see the famous glistening Blackpool illuminations. Popular leisure facilities include beaches that seem to go on forever, three piers or the fun park. A tramway, unique in Britain today, runs along the promenade's 11km, then continues towards the port of Fleetwood.
Tourist attractions Blackpool : Things to see and do
Promenade GB - Blackpool FY1 4BJ
The 158-m high Blackpool Tower was modelled on the Eiffel Tower. There is a splendid view from the top and the intervening levels include a ballroom and circus. It has been the symbol of the resort since it was erected in 1894.
Hull Road GB - Blackpool FY1 4QB
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The family-run Mount Mellory enjoys a central location 4 minutes’ walk from the Blackpool Tower. With the beach, Houndshill Shopping Centre and Grand Theatre within a 5-minute walk, this Blackpool guest house provides free Wi-Fi access. Each room ha..
22-30 Hull Road GB - Blackpool FY1 4QB
Located in Blackpool’s centre, the Royal Vincent Hotel is only 2 minutes’ walk from Blackpool Tower, Blackpool Dungeon, and Sea Life attractions. Blackpool's Winter Gardens are just 2 minutes' walk away and Blackpool North Railway Station is within 1..
22-24, Vance Road GB - Blackpool FY1 4QD
Located in Blackpool town centre, The Boyce Hotel is a short walk from the lively promenade and pier. With free Wi-Fi, the hotel offers full English breakfasts and traditional rooms. All rooms feature tea and coffee facilities, and have a flat-scre..