Below is just a sample of some of this seaside resorts top places to visit if you have arrived on one of our trains to Blackpool and are on looking to embrace some culture during your visit.
Take a stroll along one of Blackpool's 3 Victorian Piers. Admire the sea views, and don't forget to stop along the way to win a prize from one of the many carnival-esque stalls and have your fortune told by Gypsy Lavina!
Historic architecture and family entertainment all under one roof - let Jungle Jim entertain the kids while you take a twirl in the quite frankly magnificent Victorian ballroom. www.theblackpooltower.co.uk
The Great Promenade Show
Beautifully weird sculptures dotted along the south shore Blackpool sea front. Whether it be twinkly lights, mesmeric movement or mysterious sounds, there's something here to challenge and delight all of your senses.
The Grundy Art Gallery
is a deliciously tranquil haven just minutes from the hustle and bustle of the promenade. Long standing neighbour to Blackpool's Public Library, the gallery has provided temporary homes for the work of Hiroshige and Matisse as well as a host of more local talent.
is a fabulously over the top theatre in Blackpool, housing twelve separate entertainment venues. Catch a show, gaze wide-eyed at the ornate Victorian décor, sup a glass of wine in the 'Galleon Bar' or slurp a cup of tea in the 'Stage Door' coffee shop. www.wintergardensblackpool.co.uk