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Blackpool with a baby, or small child?! Going away on holiday with your children may seem like a daunting idea. However, it doesn’t have to be.
Trips with your family can be a fun way to make early memories and where better to go to then Blackpool! Blackpool is a perfect destination for weekend trips or holiday breaks, especially for families travelling with little ones. Here are a few places you should visit while on your journey.
Enjoy Family Friendly Blackpool With A Baby
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A great place to start is Blackpool beach. It has three piers: North Pier, Central Pier and South Pier which are full of rides and cotton candy. These piers are perfectly accessible for those travelling with buggies and have a fantastic view. The beach itself is a sandy haven; it’s a wonderful spot to make sandcastles, eat ice cream and enjoy the sun.
Blackpool Grand Theatre
The Blackpool Grand Theatre has a wide selection of shows to go to, including ones perfect for families. They have shows such as TV favorites; Peppa Pig, Tiger Who Came To Tea, Bing Live!, Sooty, Ben and Holly, In The Night Garden, and of course their pantomimes that have fun music and actions that children love.
Make sure to book ahead of time so that you can fit a trip to Blackpool’s Grand Theatre into your holiday. You can look at what’s on here.
Stanley Park is a great place to go for a picnic. There is a play area for young children and bumper boats and mini golf which range from £3 to £5. Be sure to visit the Parks Art Deco Cafe situated in the centre of the park for a quick coffee break.
The Stanley Park is completely free and a lovely space for a walk with the kids, it’s also right next to Blackpool Zoo!
Everyone loves a day trip to the zoo and Blackpool Zoo offers plenty of animals to see. From elephants to penguins, there is an excellent display of animals from all over the world. There is an itinerary on the website that shows the times for the Fun on the Farm and Sea Lion Display events.
Children under three years old have free entry. Buy them online from the Blackpool Zoo website here.
Blackpool SEA LIFE
Submerge yourself in the deep underwater brilliance of Blackpool SEA LIFE. Have your children learn about the wonderful depths of the ocean in this spectacular exhibition of sea life.
Similar to the zoo, children under three years old have free entry, and adult tickets start from £14 when bought in advance. Buy them online from the Blackpool SEA LIFE website here.
Blackpool Model Village and Gardens
Take the children for a walk through Blackpool Model Village and Gardens so they can tower over buildings like giants. This fantastic model village sparks the imagination of anyone at any age. This is a nice and relaxed day out if that’s what you’re looking for.
Children under the age of two years old have free entry, and adult tickets are £7.50. Families can get discounted admission, be sure to ask when buying tickets at the entrance.
The Blackpool Tower Eye
For a brilliant view 380ft into the sky, take the family up the Blackpool Tower Eye. The tower is accessible for buggy users so you can bring your baby to new heights in this magnificent building. There’s a 4D cinema that explores the history of The Blackpool Tower which is interesting for the whole family.
You can buy combination tickets or just a Tower Pass which you can find out more about here.
If your little ones love a good splash this has to be the place! Great for all ages from the very young to adults and teenagers you cant beat Sandcastle Waterpark.
Once again, children under 3 can visit for free. You will receive a 10% discount if you book online more than seven days in advance.
Enjoy Blackpool With A Baby
Enjoy Blackpool with a baby, small children, or teenagers – a great destination for the whole family.
Take a look at what’s on at Blackpool Grand Theatre this Autumn / Winter 20/21
Blackpool Grand set out a COVID-Community Communication Programme (CCCP) during the Coronavirus pandemic. Our aims were simple, to CONNECT, COMFORT and UPLIFT. We would Connect people by offering tutorials on communication tools like Zoom and conduct community face-to-face meetings (book readings, youth groups and more). Comfort through stories of heritage, memories and storytelling, and to Uplift visitors spirits through laughter and exercise. Please do enjoy and if you can afford to donate please do.
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