- We look forward to welcoming you back to share in our 125th year.
- 17th April open from 10:00am - 5:00pm
- 18th April open from 10:00am - 5:00pm
- 19th April open from 11:00am - 5:00pm
Planning your visit
Making it easy - to provide reassurance and peace of mind here are some features of a school or group visit to Blackpool Pleasure Beach
- We have one secure gated entrance and exit for all guests with airport-style security scanners and turnstiles staffed by our Welcome Ambassadors.
- We offer pre-visit assessments of the site for Teachers and staff to conduct if required with assistance from Education Academy staff.
- We provide wristbands for schools or groups to differentiate from regular guests.
- There are dedicated secure on-site coach parks.
- Award-winning supervised toilets located around the park.
- Free WiFi available across the park.
- On-site security staff and guest relations zone.
What is an unlimited ride wristband?
Pleasure Beach ride wristbands allow you to enjoy all the rides at Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Nickelodeon Land. Please note: height restrictions apply on certain rides and some attractions may charge an additional cost.
Can students leave the park unattended?
Each student will wear a blue wristband on his or her wrist. Once they are inside the park, our security ambassadors are instructed not to allow students with a blue wristband out unless escorted by a teacher prior to 3:00 pm
Email the Education Team [email protected] and we will respond to your enquiry
Do you provide lockers?
We have a range of lockers available to keep your valuables safe and secure during your visit. Lockers are located at multiple points inside and outside the park and incur a cost for hire (cost varies depending on the size of the locker)
Yes. There is limited space within the 42-acre site and picnics are not permitted beyond the main entrance for the general public, however, allowances are made for guests with special dietary requirements and dedicated picnic areas are also provided for school parties booked in advance.
Do any of the rides feature strobe lighting?
Some rides at Blackpool Pleasure Beach expose children to strobe lighting, these are: Alice Ride and Wallace & Gromit’s Thrill-O-Matic
Blackpool Pleasure Beach has 5 car parks with over 1,000 car parking spaces and a dedicated coach park
Are the rides suitable for guests with disabilities?
We are committed to helping guests with additional needs experience a spectacular and memorable visit to Blackpool Pleasure Beach.
We aim to do everything possible to ensure its guests have a safe and pleasurable visit.
However, certain rides and attractions in our park are physically demanding and vigorous. Blackpool 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.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach has been advised that in refusing to provide admission to rides and attractions on the grounds of health and safety, 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.
In advance of your visit, we recommend that you download our Guide for Guests with Disabilities to ensure you have as much information before you get here.
Yes. Teachers are more than welcome to conduct a pre-visit prior to the trip which must be arranged in advance by calling a member of the Education Team
Yes. Some rides at Blackpool Pleasure Beach may expose children to water, these are: Valhalla, Rugrats Lost River and SpongeBob’s Splash Bash
All rides are subject to height restrictions and we recommend you check these prior to your visit.