Getting to SEA LIFE Blackpool is easy!
The nearest train station is Blackpool North Station.
Turn right outside the North train station to the Promenade and then left to SEA LIFE.
Blackpool North located on Talbot Road, approximately 0.8 miles away. It is about a 15-minute walk from the station along the Promenade.
Taxis are readily available from the train station and all should have accessible vehicles. On the occasion that there aren’t any taxis available, Premier Taxis have a large fleet of accessible vehicles and can be contacted on 01253 401000.
Leaving the M55 follow the brown tourist signs to the main town car park.
SEA LIFE Blackpool is located on the Promenade so the closest car park is Central car park.
Unfortunately, we don’t have onsite parking due to the location of the centre. The street at the rear of the centre (Bonny Street) can, however, be used as parking for blue badge holders, and there are 2 council operated car parks located less than 100m away from the main entrance. Both car parks have street lamp lighting in the car park areas as well as on the adjacent streets. The streets surrounding the centre are all fairly even, with tactile paving at drop curbs along the promenade with colours to highlight the dropped area as well. The pavement on approach to the main entrance is on a very slight incline and a coloured paved area indicates the entrance section to the centre. There is a loading area outside the main entrance for coaches or taxis however there isn’t a dropped curb. The nearest dropped curb is roughly 20m from the centre.Get Google Maps Directions
Take any seafront tram to the Central Pier stop, where SEA LIFE is situated.
Trams operate from Starr Gate all the way through to Fleetwood along Blackpool Promenade. Operating roughly every 10 – 15 minutes, there is a tram stop almost directly opposite the Sea Life Centre. All trams (Excluding Heritage Trams) have level boarding and step-free interiors, with designated pushchair/wheelchair areas to ensure accessibility for all. All except the Heritage trams have both visual & audible announcers to inform passengers of the next stops.