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Blackpool Pleasure Beach, currenlty owned by the Thompson Family, is considered to be by far UK's top, tourist attraction, featuring more than 125 rides and attractions that provide quality family fun for millions of enthusiastic visitors, each year. This exciting theme/amusement park has everything from thrilling, adrenaline-pumping rides such as the Avalanche, Grand National or the Big Dipper, to more leisurely cruises around Alice's Wonderland or the River Caves.
The park first greeted its visitors in 1896, when it only had to offer one ride, since then, continuously growing, the park boasting today hundreds of such attractions, dedicated for all ages and preferences, also offering 30 wheelchair places available for each show, disabled visitors being very welcome to enjoy the park's attractions, as well.
Perhaps, the biggest and most appealing of all Blackpool Beach's attractions is Valhala, which was officially added in June 2000, believed to be "the biggest most spectacular dark ride ever to be constructed by mankind", also being Britain's biggest privately funded millennium investment, costing not less than 15 million to build.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach may be the biggest and most popular attraction in Blackpool, as well as UK's top tourist attraction, but there are also numerous other attractions spread throughout Blackpool's area, to check out, such as:
Stanley Park, a beautiful park that was opened in 1926, featuring more than 250 acres of golf course, lake and ornamental gardens, as well as great areas for children to play in, including a skate/bmx park and tennis courts.
Model Village, situated at the edge of Stanley Park, offering a fascinatingly different view on a miniature world. The Village was constructed approximately 40 years ago and consists of 2 acres of beautifuly landscaped gardens.
Solaris Center, a free environmental awareness attraction that teaches visitors about recycling, wind turbines, solar power and sustainable power solutions.
The Blackpool trams, an attraction favored by locals and visitors, alike, a unique feature, Blackpool being the only British Town to maintain its tramways, from the first opening, in 1885, to the present day. One tram is in the shape of a Trawler and another in the shape of a traditional American Train. Riding the Blackpool trams is considered a definitely "must" experience, when visiting Blackpool.
Blackpool Tower, a Victorian version of the Eiffel Tower, one of the most famous towers in UK. The Tower also contains a ballroom, which is the lavish ballroom seen in the 1996 Japanese film "Shall We Dance?", a circus, a bug zone and an aquarium.
Blackpool Opera House, dating since 1889, designed by the famous theatre architect Frank Matcham, home to the biggest stage in the country.
The Dr Who Exhibition, which was first opened in 1973, presently located next to the Sealife Centre, another favorite attraction in Blackpool. Visitors will see here everything from Daleks, Sea Devils to Cyber men and all the gadgets that the Dr. used.
Penny Farm, a horse lovers paradise. This wonderful place is actually a rescue center for approximately 55 horses and ponies. Penny Farm has been awarded small attraction of the years 2007/08 by Blackpool Council.