Sandcastle Water ParkCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
The Blackpool Sandcastle Waterpark is the largest indoor waterpark in Britain. If you like water parks, this is one place that you must visit as it promises hours of frolicking in water slides, fun pools, a wave machine, water chutes, arcades and even a swim shop. Open throughout the year, you can step in any day and go absolutely crazy at the Sancastle Waterpark, and nobody’s going to stop you.
The Sandcastle Waterpark also has an area known as the Hyperzone, which requires an extra pass to enter. However, once you are in the Hyperzone, you get access to the four most mind numbing attractions the park has to offer- the Aztec Falls, the Montazooma, the Sidewinder and the Masterblaster.
If you’re not in the mood for some waterpark frenzy, you can also sit back and float carelessly along the lazy river, where nobody will disturb you. Although you really should try out some of these rides when you’re done lazing!
The Waterpark has burger bars, snack bars and other eateries where you can have meals with the entire family.
You can also go shopping inside the waterpark, at Bongo Bongo, Monkey Island and Treetops trading post.
So, if getting wet and wild is your thing, what are you waiting for? Head on to the Sandcastle Waterpark today, and have a blast!
- The Sandcastle Waterpark is right next to the Pleasure Beach, which gives you the perfect opportunity to try both out in the same day.
- Picnicking and bringing your own food is not allowed at the park.
- Lockers are available for all with a refundable deposit of 50p each.
- You can also hire your own swimwear at the beach if you haven’t brought your own clothes.
- Visitors who do not wish to swim for any reason, but want to visit the park as a spectator, can purchase a ticket for the same from the reception at a subsidized rate.
- They are equipped with a pay and park, but there are free parking spaces about 7 to 8 minutes away from the Waterpark.
- You can purchase Family Saver packs of tickets on the website, which have some quite good deals if you’re travelling with a large party.
- Children: £11.50 (Entry to Hyperzone is an extra £6 each).
- The hours keep changing on a monthly basis. Keep checking the calendar on the website to stay updated.
- By bus: The number 1 bus will take you along the promenade and stops outside the Sandcastle Waterpark on the opposite side of the road. You can also take the tram which stops directly outside.
- By train: The nearest train station to Sandcastle Waterpark is Blackpool South station.
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95% of people who visit Blackpool include Sandcastle Water Park in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
67.16% of people start their Sandcastle Water Park visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Sandcastle Water Park
91.9% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sandcastle Water Park
Great family water park with loads to keep all ages happy. My daughter and I had a great time. Changing rooms were clean but a little small in the female changing area, and key fob locker was a bit temperamental but staff were more than happy to help. Lovely warm water with graduated depth for wee ones. Waves , slides and lovely beach themed decor which was impressive. Would recommend booking on line for faster entry and visiting early as we arrived just after 9 and there was already quite a queue. The pool does get very busy as the morning moves on but a great place to spend the day.
Absolutely amazing place to visit. Plenty to do for all ages. The changing facilities were clean and very accessible to the park.There’s a range of slides and they are so fun. Please note that it is normally busy but where isn’t in Blackpool! If your older and you enjoy the more big rides, I would buy a pass for it because if you don’t you can’t go on them and there wouldn’t be much to do if not. It is quite expensive but worth it. Food is reasonably priced though. I would definitely go back!!!
Not cheap at point of entry but kids had a really enjoyable day inside for a good 5 hours. Clean inside, plenty showers, changing rooms and free lockers and hair dryers. These all add up to make a good experience. Would have got 5 stars had the 'extra flumes' not been extra coat or at least as expensive.
Came for the disability friendly session and it was fab. Loads of family and accessible changing and everything just seems to work smoothly. Plenty of floats and jackets and only small queues for the slides and activities. Husband said he could literally not get over how super friendly all the staff were!!! 😂 Fantastic night, we'll be back again
Even though the children had great fun I was not impressed that I had to pay full price adult to watch them, as I have a new born baby I did not want to take in the water. Would of loved to watch them have fun but i wasn't prepared to pay that much to watch. Needs to be some sort of reduction and system for people to be able to watch and not cost a fortune.