Beech Bonanza Hire
Home Page
Who Can Fly It
Costs
Links
  About Blackpool
  Blackpool Airport
  Contact Us
Bonanza History
Go To Air Blog
Booking System
Site Map

 

 

 


About Blackpool - Blackpool England's largest seaside resort

About Blackpool

Blackpool is the Uk's largest seaside resort and Blackpool Airport is at the southern end of the promenade.

Close by is the resort's multipurpose sports centre in Stanley Park and the small but perfectly formed Model Village and Gardens. This marvel in miniature even comes complete with Blackpool trams! The real life versions trundle along twelve miles of Promenade. They're as much a tourist attraction as a vital public transport system carrying more than 120,000 people on a busy summer's day. So hop on for the ride of your life, there's so much to see. If you prefer to walk, then marvel at the musical high-tide organ which joins the ever-growing range of giant sculptures and eye-catching artworks on New South Promenade. You'll also find the world's biggest dance hall mirror ball, measuring 20 feet across, on this section of the Prom running from Blackpool's southern boundary at Starr Gate up towards the northern entrance of Blackpool Pleasure Beach.

Golfers will also find an extensive course at the park, there's crown green bowling, walks at the nearby nature reserve Marton Mere, and a host of family attractions at this popular yet peaceful retreat.

Traveling along the Promenade, at the heart of Blackpool's famous Golden Mile is the Sea Life Centre, home to more than 40 fascinating displays allowing close encounters with marvels of marine life. Nearby is one of Blackpool's oldest attractions, Louis Tussaud's Waxworks, inviting you to meet the famous and the infamous in its many galleries. There are stars of stage and screen, soccer heroes in their own hall of fame and villains galore in the basement chamber of horrors where even the sign above the entrance is dripping in blood. Just

 


Free Advertising
from Local Link Up

New Free Aircraft
Booking System