The best of Blackpool

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Stuck for something to do with the kids this summer? Consider a break in Blackpool, where there’s a wealth of activity for the whole family to enjoy. Whether your little ones want to meet the latest newborns at SEA LIFE Blackpool, rub shoulders with the stars at Madame Tussauds or have a horribly fun time at The Blackpool Tower Dungeon, then the seaside town is the place to be. Plus, 2012 is the first year that all Merlin Entertainments’ outstanding attractions are open for business.

SEA LIFE Blackpool
Head to SEA LIFE this Summer to meet all the latest arrivals at the leading aquarium. Kids will be taking over SEA LIFE these school holidays when they can learn to be Junior Aquarists. Plus with a myriad of marine wildlife and a brand new Behind the Scenes experience, SEA LIFE is the perfect treat for everyone.
www.visitsealife.com/blackpool

The Blackpool Tower Dungeon
Want to learn all about history’s darkest bits? Then The Blackpool Tower Dungeon is the perfect day out with a difference. Through ten actor led shows, the attraction takes guests on a fun journey of the North West’s most horrible 1,000 years of history.
www.the-dungeons.co.uk/blackpool/en

Madame Tussauds Blackpool
Madame Tussauds is the ideal place to get up close and personal with your favourite celebrities. New for the Summer is the arrival of HM the Queen, where she resides alongside the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge’s wax figures. All three are in their own best of British room alongside some of the country’s great and good. So whether you fancy mingling with royalty, singing with Cheryl Cole or practicing sit-ups with David Beckham, Madame Tussauds Blackpool makes for a great day out.
www.madametussauds.com/blackpool

The Blackpool Tower Eye
If you have a head for heights, why not pay a visit to The Blackpool Tower Eye for some stunning views of the North West’s coastline. The newly refurbished Tower top gives 360 degree views and there’s an all new SkyWalk for the really brave. Before hitting the top, guests get to experience a 4D show celebrating the sights (and smells) of Blackpool’s history.
www.theblackpooltower.com

The Blackpool Big Ticket costs t £44 for 90 days of fun for all seven attractions

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