Blackpool Sandcastle (Blackpool) Reviews
Description:Blackpool Sandcastle, South Promenade, Blackpool, FY4 1BB. Tel: 01253 343 602.
Newest Review: ... It best to check the website to find out which tickets your party will require. Family tickets can be cheaper and online booking gets you a 10% discount. Our family of 3 ticket was excellent value at £30.60 booked online. This attraction does get very busy, we went on a bank holiday, we arrived at the opening time and had pre booked tickets and still waited 10 minutes to get in. Once we got ... more
Customer Blackpool Sandcastle (Blackpool) Reviews (4)
by - written on 14/07/13 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I recently took my little boys to the Sandcastle waterpark in Blackpool and we had a great time. It has been refurbished in 2012 and has new rides. The park is straight forward to find, we simply followed the brown tourist attraction signs once we got near to Blackpool. Its easy to spot as it has waterslides coming out of the building. There is plenty of parking close to the attraction but this has to be paid for, although I think you can park for free on the streets further back but finding a space might be difficult. It best to check their own website for opening times and these do vary depending on the season, it opened at 09.30 the day we visited. Now the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/11 (Very useful, 424 readings)
LOCATION The Sandcastle Waterpark South Beach Blackpool Lancashire FY4 1BB UK T: 01253 343 602 F: 01253 406 490 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.sandcastle-waterpark.co.uk ACCESSIBILITY AND PARKING It is very difficult to find free parking in Blackpool. There is a large car park right next to the Sandcastle, South Beach car park, which is open 24/7. The charges there are £3.50 for 3 hours or £7.50 for 12 hours. Out of season (from mid-November to Good Friday, there is unlimited free parking on a numbers of small roads directly opposite the Sandcastle: Osborne Road, Withnell Road and Simpson ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/09 (Very useful, 179 readings)
Not one for going to theme parks and other such attractions on bank holidays or other busy time I chose to take my three to the sandcastle on a Sunday in February so I can't comment what it would be like on a busy day but can definately recommend it in general. I booked in the morning before we left on the internet and recieved a 10% on-line discount and also this means you go in through a separate interest so if there had have been any queue's (which there wasn't) we wouldn't have had to wait. There are two lots of prices depending on how adventurous you are the lower price does not include the hyperzone (basically the bigger faster slides) and if you don't like these Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/02, updated on 02/04/02 (Very useful, 2877 readings)
Over Easter weekend I did something I vowed I would never do: I went swimming at Blackpool Sandcastle. Now don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing wrong with the Sandcastle, per se, but there’s a lot wrong with it on a Bank Holiday, namely all the tourists. Still, it couldn’t be helped. The Sandcastle is on the South Promenade in Blackpool, almost directly opposite the Pleasure Beach. It’s somewhere I went a lot when growing up, but normally off season and mid week when it’s bearable. Weekends or Easter, half term or summer and it’s packed. Most days the pool opens at 10am and closes between 4.30 and 6pm. We arrived ... Read the complete review
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