There really is something for everyone here.
One of the best times to visit the seaside resort is in time for the Blackpool Illuminations.
Since 1879, the famous lights display running 66 days from the start of September until November, has attracted millions of visitors every year.
Showcasing an impressive six mile display of over one million lamps, the Blackpool Illuminations will be sure to fascinate all visitors.
Of course, you can't come to Blackpool without having a ride on the famous Pepsi Max Rollercoaster! Located in the towns famous Pleasure Beach Resort, the rollercoaster is one of Europe's tallest rollercoasters.
Then there's the Blackpool Tower, one of the towns iconic landmarks.
Boasting the Ballroom, Tower Eye, Circus and Dungeons, it's the perfect place to spend your day.
Exciting Attractions in Blackpool Blackpool is renowned for its traditional holiday by the sea image and it doesn't fail to impress with the amount of seaside fun on offer.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach began with just one ride in 1896, today it lies in 42 acres with over 125 rides and attractions.
If you're a thrill seeker head for Infusion or Avalanche.
If you prefer something calmer head to the River Caves or play a round of crazy golf.
Nickelodeon Land is the Pleasure Beaches' newest space, loaded with 12 fantastic rides providing entertainment for the whole family.
Children can see their favourite characters SpongeBob, Rugrats and Dora the Explorer all within a set of fantastic rides.
Another must see whilst you're staying in cheap hotels in Blackpool is The Blackpool Tower.
The Tower has undergone some recent developments with a brand new 4D Blackpool experience.
Before ascending to the top of The Tower Eye, step into the new 4D cinema that allows you to witness a truly unique Blackpool experience.
Whilst you're in The Tower, be sure to visit the Tower Dungeon.
Perfect for families with children over 8 years old, visitors can step into 1000 years of Blackpool's most blood-curdling history.
With actor led shows, a mirror maze, an old Blackpool court room and the Extremis drop ride, its educational and entertaining for all the family! Staying in Cheap Hotels in Blackpool, Museums and Art Galleries Built in 1911, the Grundy Art Gallery is a beautiful art venue in the centre of Blackpool which may be of interest to visitors.
Its grand architecture is home to a number of exhibitions throughout the year including historical, modern and contemporary art.
A popular museum is the famous Madame Tussauds where you can step on the red carpet and come face to face with your favourite celebrities.
From Cheryl Cole and Gok Wan to Micheal Jackson and Tiger Woods, there's a whole range here and it's great fun for all the family! The Ripley's Believe it or Not Museum which has long attracted weird and wacky artefacts from all over the world, is another interesting place to see.
Spread across two floors, there are interactive and educational displays for all to explore.
There are plenty of cheap hotels in Blackpool situated close to all of these attractions.