In lots of ways Blackpool needs no introduction. As one of Britain’s best-loved and well-known seaside towns it has remained a firm favourite in spite of the popularity of package holidays and trips abroad. Blackpool truly has weathered the storms of modern travel culture and still offers fantastic fun and warm, friendly hospitality for visitors from all over the world.
Blackpool is perhaps most famous for its long sandy beaches, the Blackpool Tower with world famous Blackpool Tower Ballroom which dates back to 1894, and not forgetting Blackpool’s magnificent Grand Theatre that is one of its few concert halls remaining from its heyday. Numerous attractions include its iconic Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Blackpool Zoo, Blackpool Illuminations and promenade. Modern attractions and things to do also include the Sandcastle Waterpark, Genting Casino, Sea Life and waxwork museum Madame Tussauds. The town is also home to Blackpool FC.
Arcades and miniature fun fairs offer up traditional family fun – whilst a great variety of restaurants, cafes and bars ensure there’s plenty to eat and drink. For a taste of local culture and something a little different the bustling Fleetwood Market and Grundy Art Gallery are great on rainy days. Although Blackpool is traditionally known as a holiday destination for families it also provides a viable commercial hub for corporate events, with a number of hotels and venues specifically catering to exhibitions, demonstrations, launches and conferences.
Our fabulous list of Blackpool venues has been carefully compiled to include locations suitable for a range of events and unique requirements. Venues on our books include the iconic Imperial Hotel and Norbreck Castle Hotel & Spa.