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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9. Blackpool Heritage Tram Tours
The Promenade Tour takes you on a 1-hour return trip along Blackpool’s finest coastline to Little Bispham and back. You will head north along the promenade, taking in the fresh air and experiencing the scenic views that Blackpool has to offer. On the return leg of your tour, you will travel all the way to the Pleasure Beach in the south of Blackpool before turning once more and returning via the Golden Mile taking in the sights of Blackpool’s well-known landmarks before ending the tour where you started. The tour costs £4 for adults and £2 for children (ages 3-15) when booked online. Under 3’s may travel for free if they are not occupying a seat.
The Grade II-listed park, which opened in 1926, has been voted the best park in the UK for the second time in three years. Open every day between dawn and dusk, the park is split into four zones: the north and western formal gardens; the eastern area lake and woodland area; and the south stretch containing children’s play areas and sports facilities.