We want all our guests to have an amazing experience every time they visit The Blackpool Tower
This page has been designed to help you plan your visit and enjoy as many of our attractions as possible. The Blackpool Tower makes every effort to ensure that The Blackpool Tower Eye, Dungeon, Circus , Ballroom and other facilities are accessible to all of our guests. Disabled access into The Blackpool Tower is via Bank Hey Street (opposite Primark).
Assistance/guide dogs are welcome in The Blackpool Tower– they must never be left unattended anywhere in The Blackpool Tower.
There's plenty of pay & display car parks in Blackpool with designated parking for those with a disability:
Don’t forget to display a valid blue badge in your vehicle.
Here are the details for each attraction within The Blackpool Tower:
The Blackpool Tower building can accommodate all guests with a disability, with the exception of guests using mobility scooters. However, complimentary wheelchairs are available.
A limited number of wheelchairs are available for hire from our Buggy Park located on the ground floor, these are on a first come, first served basis.
A £10 refundable deposit is also required.
Wheelchairs are subject to availability; therefore, we would suggest that guests who need a wheelchair to travel around The Blackpool Tower bring their own for ease.
Building Lifts (Promenade entrance)
4D Cinema, Level 5 to Gift Shop and Arcade Promenade entrance
Ballroom Main Entrance
Due to the age of the building, the lift door’s width can be restricted, only standard wheelchairs permitted.
Due to the age and design of the building, we do not permit electric scooters above the ground floor or into the attractions, you may leave them in our buggy park located on the ground floor and hire a wheelchair for a fully refundable deposit of £10.
Merlin Entertainments Group takes a responsible approach with regards to policies and procedures for guests with a disability visiting its attractions. In this respect, all UK attractions work to a group policy in order to maintain consistency of approach, and also to comply with the government’s Disability Discrimination Act 2004(DDA) and the Equality Act 2010 (EA) under which the Disability Equality Duty of the DDA continues to apply.
This guide has been produced to provide a full and realistic overview of our five attractions detailing access information, ride restrictions and the requirements for helpers. You will be able to assess your own abilities and make an informed decision about which attractions you are able, or wish to use.