Category Archives: Lancashire

24Nov/15
Miniland at Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester

Legoland Discovery Centre, Manchester

Legoland Discovery Centre is somewhere we have visited before but it’s been almost three years, which to my children, is like aaaaaaaaaggeees ago, although it feels like yesterday to me. Where does the time go?

After we’d visited Sea Life Manchester, and had some lunch, we hopped back over to the Barton Square area of the Trafford Centre to visit Legoland Discovery Centre.  Continue reading

08Nov/14
Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Blackpool, Lancashire

We can not recommend Blackpool Pleasure Beach enough. We visited on Halloween, when it became Vampire Beach for the day and we had an amazing time. We are a family with members aged from 3 to 53 and all had a brilliant day, and we were there from 11am until 9.30pm – over ten hours, which is fantastic value. The Halloween atmosphere was pitch-perfect and there was so much to do.

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05Nov/14

Review: Travelodge Lytham St Annes, Lancashire

We stayed at the Travelodge Lytham St Annes in the October half-term break 2014.

Travelodge Lytham St Annes

The Travelodge reception is on the first floor – there are stairs and two lifts – and the accommodation is on floors one, two, and three of the main building. The ground floor is a vet’s surgery and shops such as Costa Coffee and M&S.  Continue reading

05Nov/14
Sandcastle Waterpark Blackpool

Sandcastle Waterpark, Blackpool, Lancashire

Sandcastle Waterpark is the UK’s biggest indoor waterpark, and I can quite believe it. I would say it’s much bigger than any of the Butlin’s waterparks and Splash Landings at Alton Towers. Sandcastle Waterpark has over 18 slides and attractions, and we spent three hours here in October half-term 2014.

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05Dec/12

Legoland Discovery Centre, Manchester, Lancashire

UPDATE – MONEY SAVING VOUCHER AVAILABLE

Legoland Discovery Centre is an indoor attraction in The Trafford Centre in Manchester, and it is ace. For Lego fans young and old, it is a must-do, and brilliant for this time of year when the weather is not so good and there is lots of Christmas shopping to be done.

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