Book your entrance tickets to the Blackpool Tower Ballroom and feel the elegant charm of the room and admire the famous sprung dance floor
Where to go
When you think of Blackpool, images of beaches, donkey rides and fish-and-chip shops might be what first pop into your mind. But this coastal town in the northwest of England holds much more than just that. With the UK's tallest rollercoaster, The Big One, the famous Blackpool Tower observation point and a branch of the world-renowned Madame Tussauds, Blackpool is a hive of fun. Whether you visit to lie on the beach, splash about at Sandcastle Waterpark or take a dive into culture at its fantastic theatres, you're in for a real treat.
Home to many beautiful beaches, visitors to Blackpool can enjoy sunbathing, swimming and seaside amusements on a variety of beaches. Blackpool Beach is the most popular in the area and has been a major tourist attraction for a hundred years. Home to three Victorian piers, you will find arcades, entertainment venues and iconic attractions along its length. If you want to escape the crowds for a day, then Cleveleys Beach, Bispham Beach, Lytham St Annes Beach and Fleetwood Beach are all within easy reaching distance of Blackpool city centre.