- The main park is now closed and will reopen in 2019. We still have our Christmas Grotto and Christmas Party Nights to enjoy this year.
Health and Safety
Blackpool Pleasure Beach will do everything possible to ensure its guests have a safe and pleasurable stay.
However, certain rides and attractions in our Park are physically demanding and vigorous. Pleasure Beach therefore reserves the right to refuse admission to any ride or attraction should we feel that there is an unacceptable risk to your safety or the safety of others should they participate.
Pleasure Beach have been advised that in refusing to provide admission to rides and attractions on the grounds of health and safety, this is not discriminatory and this is provided for in the Equality Act 2010. This view is endorsed by the HSE.
We hope that you understand and accept this statement, which is made in the interest of health and safety.
We have created an Access Guide which explains the nature of all of our rides and attractions in detail.
Tickets and Prices
There are no discounted rates for guests with disabilities.
However, we recognise that, depending on a person’s ability, they may not be able to have access to all rides and attractions. Therefore, as an alternative to our Unlimited Ride Wristbands, tickets for individual rides and attractions may be purchased. Should you wish to use only tickets, then guests will also need to purchase a Pleasure Beach Pass for entry into the park.
If a guest requires the assistance of a carer, then that person will need to purchase either a ride wristband (at the discounted junior rate), or, if the guest has purchased only a Park Entry Pass, then the carer/helper will be issued with a Park Entry Pass (maximum of one) free of charge.
If you wish to go on only a few rides, invididual ride tickets are the perfect option.
For those guests who have a recognised medical condition which prevents them from being able to queue for access to a ride or attraction, we are able to offer to that guest a unique Entry-via-Exit (EvE) wristband.
This allows the wearer and one other person who has either a valid ride wristband or ride tickets to enter the ride via the exit or Speedy Pass gate. The ride staff will then permit entry when safe to do so. We will accept the following documentation as proof of eligibility;
- Disability Living Allowance (DLA) letter dated within the last 12 months, showing that you receive the higher rate mobility component. (This information is found at the bottom of the first page)
- Personal Independence Payment (PIP) letter dated within the last 12 months, showing that you receive the enhanced mobility component.
- A current and valid blue badge.
If you feel you are unable to queue however do not have any of the above forms of documentation, we will be happy to arrange an Entry-via-Exit wristband upon presentation of a letter from your GP or medical consultant on headed paper (dated within the last 12 months) that states the reason you are unable to queue. (This does not need to be a letter of diagnosis).
All of the above must be used alongside a valid form of photographic ID for the named recipient.
We only allow assistance dogs on to the park on a lead or in a harness. They are not permitted on any of the rides and must remain with a member of your party.
We have a limited number of wheelchairs for hire.
A deposit of £20 (cash only) is required, plus a £5 hire charge.
Please enquire at the Information Desk, located on the ground floor of the Ticket Centre, and one of our Ambassadors will check for availability.