Blackpool - the UK's favourite
Just inland from Blackpool's famous promenade, Queenstown offers a quieter vibe, with Kingscote Park and Stanley Park Nearby. Still, all the most-loved attractions the seaside favourite has to offer are within easy reach. Blackpool Tower, Blackpool Zoo, SEA LIFE Blackpool and the Sandcastle Waterpark are usually found at the top of most visitor's lists.
Blackpool's cultural landscape
Blackpool is not just seaside rock and kiss me quick hats. There's a permanent art installation on the Tower Festival Headland - the Comedy Carpet - that celebrates the British sense of humour with jokes and catchphrases from 850 writers and comedians in the style of music hall playbill. The Grundy Art Gallery has a changing programme of contemporary visual art from both the UK and abroad in a beautiful exhibition space.
More ways to keep the kids happy
There's so much to choose from if you're not doing the bucket and spade thing on the beach. Nickelodeon Land has rides based on the characters from the popular TV network. Blackpool Tower Dungeon appeals to those who want a scare, and Jungle Jim's indoor adventure playground set in a lost city will help them let off some steam. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Queenstown? With so much to do you can keep your budget on track by staying at our Travelodge Blackpool South Shore Hotel or Travelodge Blackpool South Promenade Hotel.