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Amusement Centre/Theme Park, Landmark - Address: 525 Ocean Boulevard, Promenade, Blackpool FY4 1EZ, New South Promenade, Blackpool FY4 1BB

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“Family Friendly Fun!”

published 16/05/2013

location, lots to do, plenty of rides, food option...

costs to enter, expensive, I miss Beaver Creek

Having visited Blackpool on several occasions since I was a child, I am very familiar with Blackpool Pleasure Beach. We visited here with our five year old son on Saturday the 11th of May and this review discusses our experience as a young family. As you would expect, this will be a long review...

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Excellent

Fantastic rides, fairly cheap, clean and tidy, a b...

Some of the rides a bit uncomfortable, have to pay...

Intro I felt I would write a review on Blackpool Pleasure Beach as I have now been twice and feel I should let others know how great this place is. Being a big fan of themeparks, I was honestly hesitant to visit Blackpool Pleasure Beach as I imagined it being a few fairground rides and I...

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“My Pleasure!”

published 24/09/2012

Lots of good rides

Queues!

The last time I went to Blackpool was before we had kids, over 12 years ago. I must admit that I am not really a fan of the town itself, but I have always liked the Pleasure Beach, as I am a big fan of theme parks and thrill rides. The kids had heard a lot about Blackpool, as well as seeing...

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“Blackpool Pleasure Beach”

published 06/02/2012

Soething for everyone

Quite expensive

I have lost count of the amount of times I have been on holiday to Blackpool, as a child me my Mum and Dad and my Nana would always go for a weeks holiday around October time when then illuminations were on, this got to be a bit of a yearly tradition, we would always stay in the same self...

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“an institution of fun.”

published 28/03/2007

sea air and great rides

no disadvantages to this place whatsoever.

Blackpool pleasure beach has been an institution of fun for people of all ages for many years now and throughout this review I intend to give you not only an insight into what it has to offer today but also an insight into the history of this great theme park. A 42 acre site stood empty at the...

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“~ My Blackpool Pleasure ~”

published 20/03/2006

Pleasure Beach, sealife centre, cost

Pier amusements

Supposedly Britain's favourite seaside resort my first and so far only visit to Blackpool was last here for my boyfriends birthday, we went for a long weekend, and I must say I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it...we stayed in a cheap hotel, although it was cheap it was simple and...

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Experiences Like You Have Never Known

Nothing, An Amazing Day Out

Blackpool Pleasure Beach I cannot express just how much I love Blackpool Pleasure Beach. A 140 mile round trip from my home I do not get to there much and having young children does nothing to help eiher! But, happily, 3 days ago myself and my partner had planned to have some 'us' time for the...

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“A Theme Park by the Sea”

published 08/09/2009

Reasonable prices, lots to see and do for all the ...

A few rides are outdated

The Pleasure Beach is a theme park located along the Fylde coast in Blackpool and is currently the most visited theme park in the UK with over 6 million visitors a year. The park has been around since 1896 and was originally designed to be like an "American style amusement park". The park is...

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Excellent

Family fun for everyone

Too many rides not enough time

Blackpool Pleasure Beach was originally founded by Alderman William George Bean in 1896. The first original ride was the Flying Machines which to this day are still one of the most popular rides on the site. There are now over 125 attractions on the park itself. There are on average 6.2 million...

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“Pleasure in large Measures!”

published 05/08/2005

Wide range of rides, suits all of the family

Tickets can be pricy, long queues

I have really fond memories of Blackpool and indeed Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Living in Manchester, we are only around 45 minutes drive up the Motorway from Blackpool and so I'm sure you can imagine the number of times we have been! **A little bit about Blackpool** Situated on the Fylde Coast in...

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“A Pleasure Filled Day”

published 29/09/2009

Great rides for all the family

The queues and some things expensive

Blackpool Pleasure Beach was founded in 1896 with the aim of building an American style theme park which made adults feel like children again and has grown until over 100 years later it is now Britain’s top theme park and rates as the 14th most popular amusement park in the world. I have now...

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Excellent

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Blackpool was one of those sea side places that I was always taken too when I was a kid, that and Llandudno for some reason, however when Blackpool was mentioned I always used to get excited because the tackiness of Blackpool is exciting for a kid. However, as I have got older, I don't seem to...

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Excellent

Great day out for the whole family.

lone queues

I am a great fan of Blackpool pleasure beach, I have been going to the park ever since I was a child and I still continue to go now, It is never the same as it was the time before this are all ways getting added or updated, so it?s a new experience each time you go. The one thing that I can...

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“See It, Feel It, Love It...”

published 18/04/2009

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Pleasure Beach Resort (Previously Pleasure Beach and before that Blackpool Pleasure Beach) is situated along the Fylde coast in Blackpool, Lancashire and is a 42 acre amusement park owned and managed by the Thompson family. The park is famous for its bright and cheery history, and for this reason...

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Not for me

A couple of good rides

Overpriced, Some really OLD rides

I'd not been to Blackpool for about 7 years, but found myself there on Sunday. As per typical Blackpool weather it was wet, windy and exceptionally cold, but we had paid our coach fare to get there and weren't going to let our great british weather stop us from having a good time. The Pleasure...

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