Getting Around Blackpool
Bus services connect most hotels and accommodation to all of the famous Blackpool attractions. The VisitBlackpool Tourist Information Centre has all the numbered timetables, information and you can purchase your 3 and 7 day travel tickets from them.
Here are the services to the major attractions:
||1, 5, 7, 11, 17, Tram
|Blackpool Pleasure Beach
|George Bancroft Park & Climbing Walls
|The Blackpool Tower & Circus
||1, 5, 6, 7, 11, 14, 68
||20 (school holidays), 61 (short walk from bus stop).
|Model Village & Zoo
||20 (in school holidays)
|Solaris Centre & Great Promenade Show
||Tram - 1
Blackpool Transport buses now have contactless payment on them, so it's easy to board and tap your card for the journey you want to make.
Blackpool Transport offer a range of tickets giving great value for money on all Blackpool Transport Buses and Trams. There is no need to buy a ticket for the tram and the bus individually when this range of tickets can be used on both. You can buy most travel tickets on board the bus or tram, from PayPoint outlets, or call into the Customer Centre on Market Street Blackpool where the team will be happy to help.
There’s a ticket to suit everyone. Travelling for the weekend? Then choose a 3-day ticket. Travelling all week? Then the 7-day ticket is the best value for you. If you are a regular user of the services, then grab a 30-day pass - no need to worry about renewing tickets or finding change for the whole month!
For more information and purchase information click here.
If you're travelling from further afield, the number 61 and number 68 buses run regularly between Preston and Blackpool. The number 68 travels via Lytham St. Anne's. Visit the Stagecoach website for current timetable information.