Coral Island (Blackpool) Reviews
Description:Address: Promenade / Blackpool / Lancashire / FY1 1NE
Newest Review: ... machines dotted around) *Other amusements - more fruit machines from 2p, grabber machines with prizes, teddy machines, small roundabout type rides, donkey derby, coin push machines and more *Interactive - open simulators, dancing games, guitar hero etc The arcade is wheelchair accessible from every entrance and buggy friendly. ~My Opinion~ We went to Blackpool once a year when I was a ... more
Customer Coral Island (Blackpool) Reviews (3)
by - written on 15/09/11 (Very useful, 431 readings)
Coral Island is just one of the amusement arcades on Blackpools promenade. ~Location~ Coral Island is situated on the promenade between the North and Central Pier. It is a short distance from attractions such as the Blackpool Tower, Louis Tussauds and the Sea Life Centre. It is also nearby the main shopping area. The arcade can be accessed through many entrances with the main entrance being just off the promenade and featuring a huge skull design. The full contact address for the arcade is : Coral Island Promenade Blackpool FY1 5DW 01253 293133 I cannot locate the opening times though I do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/07/10 (Very useful, 278 readings)
Blackpool is one of my favourite places (if not my fave) to go and manage to go several times a year. One of the attractions there is Coral Island, which is Britains largest amusement arcade - it is said that it attracts an unbelievable 4 million people per year!! Over recent years Coral Island has seen major investment and it was totally revamped and refitted in 1999, and is now one of the most modern and exciting arcades that caters for all ages. As you approach Coral Island, the first thing you see is a huge skull and pirate ship with CORAL ISLAND above in flashing lights. This may frighten young children initially as a pirate skull can appear a little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/10 (Very useful, 142 readings)
Blackpool is often said to be the North of England's Las Vegas and it is true that it can be brash with loads of flashing lights and slot machines everywhere you turn. Coral Island is Britain's largest amusement arcade and attracts a staggering 4 million visitors through it's doors each year. It means that it is the biggest and brashest amusement arcade out there but as well as being tacky it can also be a lot of fun. Coral Island is on Blackpool promenade near to the tower and between central and south piers. You can't miss the building as the outside is decorated in the shape of a pirate ship with an enormous skull and bright green fish complementing this ... Read the complete review
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