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North Pier Blackpool - world famous seasiide heritage grade 2 listed landmark pier & attraction - open all year - wanted to review new victorian tearoom and fact that not open even after loads of adverts saying was - disappointed on a hot sunny...more
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Go weather your just arriving or leaving hung over or tiered go to the north or south pier, people are fishing and you can see what fish they have caught in their buckets, the rides are fun and you can eat up there for a...More
Thers only 2 verry dead family bars. They are both owned by the same company, both are full of flies and stink of stail alcohol. The one we sat in had no toilets that we were aloud to use so we ended up having to...More
Visited on a Thursday afternoon in late August and hardly anything was open. It felt a bit deserted really. We walked up to the end and the bar was open and the odd stall but little else. The mini train was running but we felt...More
In some ways this is my favourite pier because it has kept its character. However it is really rundown and needs restoring to its former glory. I loved having the organ music at the end of it and we had a little dance which was...More
I love this pier it is doused in history with being Blackpool’s oldest pier. Walking along it you can only imagine what it would have been like in its hay day. They pier itself is a tad weather beaten however this does not take anything...More
With two teenage girls I was very apprehensive about taking them on the North Pier with its absence of tacky booths or gargantuan mechanised pleasure rides.
My fears were unfounded though as we walked on the gaps in the timber beams and enjoyed a chat...More