Luckily, I didn’t have any dancing shoes
The Frigate at the Pleasure Beach
This twinkling historical event takes place every year for 66 nights, from early September to early November.
However, a trip to Blackpool strictly isn’t complete without visiting the iconic Tower, and I don’t mean just standing outside.
Welcome to the Tower Ballroom
The Blackpool Tower
When we first walked into the ballroom, I was just taken aback by the sheer size of the hall, and its incredible grandeur and elegance.
Inside the Tower Ballroom
How wrong was I?
The beauty's in the detail
Sit back an enjoy
All above and around you, are chandeliers hanging from the intricate décor, amongst the elaborate waves of the balconies.
I spared the paying public
The dancefloor of the Tower Ballroom
The Wurlitzer inside the Tower Ballroom
Making a memory
What we also thought was great, was that you could wander around the ballroom and sit wherever you wish.
Either at ground level or stroll up and view the duos from the balconies above.
Looking down at the floor
However, if you want to make this occasion even more special, you can book a table for afternoon tea and enjoy the delicacies or even with a glass of Champagne.
The water urns
From the circle
Before you go!
Looking up to the Gods
Nice to See You
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Inspired to visit The Tower Ballroom Blackpool?
Are you going to slip on your dancing shoes, or will you just sit back and enjoy the atmosphere?
The north end of the Golden Mile tends to be more elegant. The southern end caters for the more budget conscious.
Our choice was the Imperial Hotel
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