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“Awsome park !! ”

Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Ranked #1 of 54 things to do in Blackpool
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Useful Information: Activities for older children, Activities for young children
Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

1st time to this park recommended by friends ..what a great park ..great choice of rides as we are all extreme ride lovers..queues were good for the most of the day ..managed to get all the big rides in by 2 pm ! Afternoon queues on family rides were bit more I.d say half hour to 40 mins which to be fair ain't bad ...it was a cold day but that did.bt put people off queing ....1 thing 8 would suggest to the management is maybe to put clearer signs up regarding new comers for wrist bands as we could just walk in the side gates and though queue to get in the main gates little did we know that when we reached the scanners we had to go back to purchase tickets before being checked and scanned in...May be a slight misjudgment on our part but the staff were all efficient and polite ..service with a smile..!! Food prices not bad ..good choice of outlets ...I.d also say maybe a barrier gate on the revolution rude to stop foke edging towards the track instead of the annoying tannoy system repeating get back behind yellow lines please over and over..must be a nightmare for your staff to listen too...it's not a moan it's a suggestion by the way... we managed about 14 rides each and still had about 2 hrs left ..but on a hot summer's day prob bit less...all in all a great family day out..I.ve give 5 stars because we were that impressed over all :)

Thank mickymoo1972
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Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

My favourite theme park. Reasonably priced and a huge variety of rides.
Lots of facilities and everything is close together which is good when you compare it to some theme parks where you have to walk for 10mins between rides

Thank Dave T
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Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

We had a really good day out but that’s not to say this park doesn’t have issues.
We would have paid over £100 for 2 adults and 2 young children, fortunately we were saved by Tesco Clubcard.
Initial impressions were good, there were loads of staff on the ticket desk. We then went through security with mental detectors and bag searches; initially I felt reassured by this however it was clearly not there for security and instead there to sniff out picnics. If only they were so rigorous in finding the cannabis people were openly smoking around the park.

Once inside we had a good day. Barely any queues. Some of the new rides are well thought out and exceptional like Wallace and Gromit. It’s just a shame the park looks an utter mess and shambles. It’s a hotch-potch of rides, concrete and metal work. The grounds are not great. I would also argue there aren’t enough rides to justify the high price.
Which brings me on to the final negativity - the price of food n drink. Rip-off doesn’t even come close. When you’ve already spent so much on admittance you don’t expect to pay £2 for a small bottle of Pepsi.

We had a good day but this was mainly down to going on clubcard and the park being empty. We would have been disappointed had this not been the case.

Thank philipiouk
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Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

Just back from a fantastic day at the pleasure beach with my 8 and 6 year old... we booked online last night and booked the car park as well... £7.50 for all day and right next to the entrance to...virtually no queues all day.Staff were friendly and the park is very clean although bits of it do look a bit tired... the unlimited drinks refill is great value for families as well... all in all a superb day,kids are all ready asking when we can go back!

Thank Cumbrian78
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Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

We bought tickets to see the tower, the dungeon and Madame Tussaud’s on the same day. To be fair, three in one day is enough. I’m glad I didn’t purchase more for one day. If you do go for more venues, try to spread them over a couple of days would be my advice.

The tower was really amazing. We really felt funny when we first went out into the glass floor.

Spent a good couple of hours here, what with the 4 d cinema show. Well worth the money (unusually for Blackpool.

Thank WR08
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