Met Office forecasters are predicting scorching temperatures across Blackpool and the Fylde coast this Spring Bank Holiday weekend.
Here are 10 outdoor attractions to make the most of the bank holding weekend in Blackpool:
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Marton Mere Local Nature Reserve, home to hundreds of species of wildlife, is nationally recognised as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. From dragonflies to orchids, visitors can enjoy the site via a series of designated footpaths and bird hides. During April to September, you can access the site by parking on East Park Drive or Lawson Road.
6. Blackpool Zoo
Blackpool Zoo is a family-friendly attraction, providing fun and education for all ages. Located only five minutes from Junction 4 of the M55 motorway, the zoo is situated in 32 acres of spacious, mature parkland with lakes, waterfalls and traditional English woodland. The zoo will be open from 10am to 5.45pm this bank holiday weekend.
7. Karting 2000 Raceway
Karting 2000 Raceway offers a fun karting experience with a floodlit track and electronic lap timing. The circuit is an exciting combination of fast sweeping bends, sharp cornering and high-speed straights, and is positioned in the heart of the action between the Pleasure Beach and South Pier. The track is open from 10.30am and 8pm on May 29 and May 30.
8. Adventure Golf
Each hole of the Adventure Golf offers unique hazards ranging from jumps and bumps to rivers and underground tunnels, all adding to the fun of the game. Don’t worry if you’re new to Adventure Golf - both beginners and experts are catered for with different levels of difficulty to tackle on each hole. Tickets are £12 per person on Saturdays and Bank Holidays.