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England's answer to Las Vegas is a dizzying and rather delightful feast of fairground thrills, beaches, clubs, arcades and illuminations, and she's ready to welcome you with wide-open arms - and a tequila slammer!  Known as the party capital of the North, hen weekends in Blackpool are retro as they get! From the kiss me quick hats, doughnuts, rollercoasters and the promenade, it oozes seaside fun, but with a naughty twist for some great fun! Blackpool is unrivalled in its choice of bars, restaurants and clubs, making it perfect for hen parties.


BLACKPOOL HEN PARTY SPECIAL OFFERS
Half price hen on a group of 15 or more
Hen goes FREE on a group of 20 or more

Offers subject to full packages which must include at least two nights accommodation and minimum of one activity or nightlife option.
 

Interesting facts about Blackpool

 
 

POPULATION

142,700 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

18C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

4C 

COST OF A WINE

£3.15

 
Getting around Blackpool
 
 

Getting around Blackpool

Blackpool beach resort is compact so walking is the most convenient way to get around. Everything is within close proximity to your accommodation so you can get where you want to go with ease, however Maximise understand that you and the girls won’t want to go everywhere by foot, especially after a few cocktails... Luckily, Blackpool is one of the top tourist destinations in Europe, so there's plenty of visitors and plenty of public transport to ferry them about. Trams are not only iconic in Blackpool but are also a great way to see the city and get around. Stretching right along the promenade, the trams are a fun and efficient way to get around! The buses in Blackpool run regularly throughout the day and night and provide a cheap way to get around at all hours. Taxis are everywhere, and whether you're pre-booking or hailing one on the street you'll find a fast and reliable way to get where you're going. Or, if you want a little more grandeur and excitement, why not catch a horse drawn hackney carriage on your hen weekend? The taxis are reasonably priced making it a great way to get back to your accommodation after a late night out with the girls! Driving in Blackpool is straight forward and with no real hassle, but like any busy town can get congested. There is ample amounts of parking throughout the town but some of the car parks can be pricey! An alternative way to travel around the city is by bike. Hire some off the many vendors along the promenade and explore the city as you pedal! Of course you could even get a donkey ride up the beach, but it won’t be the fastest journey of your life!

What you need to know about nightlife in Blackpool

Nightlife in Blackpool
 
 

Nightlife in Blackpool

Where to start? Blackpool is renowned for it’s vibrant nightlife scene and it’s hardly surprising with such a huge influx of tourists each year! From laid back pubs to down and dirty super clubs, there is guaranteed to be something for everyone on your hen weekend in Blackpool. Most of the pre club drinking goes on in the bars littered along the promenade or in Market Street, which is situated in the heart of the resort. Both areas are full of bars with late licences, so if you don’t fancy heading on to a club you’ll still have a fantastic night celebrating with your friends! For really hen orientated bars, head towards Blackpool’s pleasure beach where the bars are full of soon to be married party revellers. York Street, Topping Street and Queen Street all feature some great nightspots all vying for your custom, and you’ll get some great deals! The club scene in Blackpool is impressive with some lively clubs playing a mixture of chart, dance, R n B, and every other genre you could want. Blackpool at night is extremely versatile when it comes to peoples’ preferences for a night on the town, and with so much choice. The question is where to go first!

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Eating in Blackpool
 
 

Eating in Blackpool

With over 25 cafes and around 30 restaurants offering a vast array of cuisine, from seafood to Mexican, you’ll be spoilt for choice on your weekend away with the girls. Fast food and takeaways are a plenty in this lively beach resort with numerous vendors selling traditional English fish and chips! There are also late night cafe's and restaurants for when you emerge from the clubs at 3 in the morning! Whatever your looking for on your hen weekend in Blackpool, whether it's a sit down meal with the girls or a quick bite before you paint the town red. Blackpool has it all, no matter what your budget. 

Find out how to travel to Blackpool

Getting to Blackpool
 
 

Getting to Blackpool

By Air: Blackpool airport is located just outside the town centre, approximately 2.5 miles away, meaning that it couldn’t be easier to travel to Blackpool by air. It receives both domestic and international flights daily and can accommodate 350,000 passengers each year. Taxis and buses are always waiting outside to transport you to your centrally located accommodation. A taxi will cost around £20 per car or £30 for an 8-seater mini bus.
By Train: Blackpool has two main stations, Blackpool South which offers connections to local destinations and Blackpool North that connects the town to major UK cities such as Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol and up to 10 connections to London each day with each train journey taking around 3.5 hours. Nowadays there's also some great deals to be had on train tickets, making travelling to Blackpool for your hen do by train a great option!
By Road: From the North of England and Scotland, the most direct route to Blackpool is the M6, leave at junction 32, and continue on to the M55, which takes you directly into Blackpool. From London and the South East, join the M6 until junction 32 and then take the exit for the M55. It will take around 4 hours and 20 minutes to get to Blackpool from central London! From the West of the country join the M5 until Birmingham, then take the M6 and finally take the exit for the M55.

Things to see in Blackpool

Things to see in Blackpool
 
 

Things to see in Blackpool

Blackpool Illuminations: Every Autumn, when most other sea sides resorts are getting ready to close down for the season, Blackpool hits the switch on over 1,000,000 light bulbs to illuminate the town with 6 miles of ultra colourful lights. So if your in Blackpool on your hen weekend at the end of August, make sure you take a wander down to Europe’s largest free light festival.
Blackpool Zoo: This 32-acre zoo is a great day out, with so much to look at! The zoo is home to 1500 animals ranging from tarantulas to kangaroos and many more fascinating animals.
Blackpool Tower: This Eiffel-esque tower stands 518 ft tall and is Blackpool’s most iconic feature. Take a trip up this impressive structure on your hen weekend in Blackpool.
Sea-life Blackpool: Sea-life is home to one of the largest collections of tropical sharks in Europe and features over 1000 other sea creatures. Walk through the underwater tunnel and experience the  breathtaking colours swimming around above your head.
Pleasure Beach: There’s something for everyone at this colourful location with over 125 rides and attractions, and mesmerising shows that are on offer. While there why not try the Pepsi Max Big One? Are you brave enough?
The Beach: While in Blackpool, you have to go to the beach. It'd be like going shopping and not buying anything! Paddle in the shallows, relax or sunbathe. Whatever you choose to do on the beach on your hen weekend in Blackpool, it's guaranteed to be a great day out for you and the girls.

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Reviews

23 December

3.5 Star Rating
Chose Blackpool mainly because it was closest party town to where most of us lived. Pleasure beach was good laugh, though too many youngsters around. Otherwise did karting, and one of the lads set a stag record!

05 November

2 Star Rating
Blackpool is actually a lot of fun, though parts of the town centre are abit chavvy. Wish we had have known this beforehand - be warned!

20 August

4 Star Rating
Better than I expected. Mad weekend with the lads

11 June

3.5 Star Rating
Fun weekend, but Blackpool isn't my cup of tea

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