The following are links to sites for local attractions in St Annes and Blackpool.
- St. Annes Information Online
Find places to visit in and around St Annes from shops, hotels, attractions and clubs to businesses and theatres.
- Things to do in Lytham St Annes
This site gives you a list of good things to do, places to visit and hotels to stay in while in Lytham St Annes.
- Events this year in Lytham St Annes
A list of events happening in Lytham St Annes this year.
- Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Take on the biggest and best rides in the world at Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Whether you're 2 or 102, there's something for every age group. There's Beaver Creek Children's Theme Park - a dedicated themed safe haven for young children and their families, through to the extreme white knuckle experiences of the Pepsi Max Big One and Valhalla for those adrenalin seekers, to leisurely cruises around the River Caves or a trip on the world's first commercial monorail, making Pleasure Beach® the perfect fun destination for everyone.
- Blackpool Tower
Blackpool Tower is one of Britains most popular and famous attractions. It is seen by many as the centre attraction in Blackpool. Within the Tower visitors can enjoy a plentitude of indoor entertainment, which even the British weather cannot spoil! There's so much going on to keep the entire family amused for the whole day - such as the famous Tower Aquarium, Dawn of Ages ride, Jungle Jim's adventure playground any many more live shows, and all for one admission price.
- Blackpool Sandcastle - Water Park
Blackpool Sandcastle Waterworld, is known as the one of the uk's top indoor water parks. It has loads of water fun in store and is brilliant for a fun day out for all the family. So if you're wanting something to do with the kids and a genuine day out with a difference, this is the place to visit. It has just undergone a refurbishment with new waterslides and other water rides.
This is an award winning Blackpool attraction thats been thrilling families and providing memorable days out for groups for over twenty years now.
- Blackpool Piers - South, Central and North
The youngest of the the three piers is South Pier where a Big Top welcome leads you through to all sorts of entertainment which has helped the attraction earn its nickname as the family pier. It also Known as the adrenalin zone as there are some real white knuckle rides and amusements. On South Pier you will find The Laughing Donkey Family Bar with its beer garden over the sea that offers live entertainment lunchtimes and evenings.
The Central Pier can be spotted from a distance by its great Big Wheel ride, boasting fabulous views of the Fylde Coast. There is a show bar, shops, amusements and arcades to provide more family fun. This pier is known as the 'fun pier' where you can enjoy the arcades and games in a carnival atmosphere.
North Pier, the olest of the three piers, remains a paradise for promenaders and sunbathers alike. It includes a small shopping arcade, a small tramway and a theatre at the end. It has also gone back to the future with extensive improvements on a Victorian theme, including glazed conservatories and a delightful undercover carousel. Bang up to date, it also boasts the world's first end-of-pier helicopter service offering pleasure trips along the Prom and round the Tower.
- Blackpool Sealife Centre
The Sea Life Centre encompasses all that has changed in indoor aquatic experiences. This ultra modern development is a must for all the family while in Blackpool. Children will love it at the Sea Life Centre where there are octopus, sharks and many varied species of fish on show.
- Blackpool Illuminations
Blackpool's annual razzle dazzle sees this seaside city of fun still buzzing with excitement and laughter long after other resorts have gone into winter hibernation. To think it all began, back in 1879, with just EIGHT electric arc lamps when holiday makers tripped the lights fantastic to view what was called artificial sunshine. The basic idea remains but today’s six miles of shimmering light; the traditional lamp shares the limelight with fibre optics, lasers and LED technology. Take a tram for a grandstand view or – arguably the best way to see this electrical extravaganza – during a late season short break, naturally – is a leisurely seafront walk allowing a close up look at the showpiece tableaux on the cliffs at North Shore.