The rides are good and if you go on the big wheel you can get a great view of Blackpool and some great photos. However as someone previously stated it is a bit on the expensive side and some stall holders do shout at you to play their games but a polite 'no thanks' does the trick. My one big problem is the family bar at the end of the pier, we arrived in the Easter holidays with 4 kids expecting to see the family bar mobbed with families wanting to see the kids entertainers but it was shut on a Friday night!!! As we walked back along the pier we counted at least 20 people with kids walking towards the bar. The following night it was open with no entertainment on and shut about 9ish!!! Bad planning by the bar manager. Holidays=tourists+Kids=£££££
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