Sitting at the base of the famous Blackpool Tower, within the giant legs, is The Blackpool Tower Circus, a 110 x 110 foot Circus Arena seating an audience of 1,300 people. It is the perfect place to enjoy some family fun!
The Blackpool Tower Circus
Ever since The Blackpool Tower first opened, The Circus has been delighting audiences with its unique combination of fun, thrills and spectacular feats of skill and bravery by artistes from all corners of the globe.
Pick and Mix Pass
The Blackpool Tower Circus is included with the Pick and Mix Pass.
Choose your own combination from 8 of Blackpool’s best attractions and enjoy the sweet, sweet taste of flexibility. Whether you want to climb ‘n’ slide ‘n’ hop ‘n’ dive or fly ‘n’ pose ‘n’ spin ‘n’ glide, Blackpool’s new Pick and Mix Pass is fizzing with endless possibilities!
The Flexible Way to Enjoy Blackpool’s Best Attractions
Available as a one, two or seven day pass, just pick the number of days to match your plans and prepare for some extra delicious savings. Mix it up, book your attraction times online in advance or just turn up and scan at the door.
An Award Winning Show
Visit the award-winning Blackpool Tower Circus and enjoy masses of high-flying, death-defying performances combined with the side-splitting slapstick humour from the beloved resident clowns Mooky and Mr Boo!
Prepare to marvel at the sensational mix of talented acts from all over the world, a whole host of jaw-dropping feats from the performers, not to mention the world-famous water finale. If you’re after the ultimate family extravaganza, The Blackpool Tower Circus is not to be missed!
Witness Death-defying acts
Death-defying acts take centre stage at Blackpool Tower Circus. Witness a human pyramid on a high wire and watch in awe as a daring troop of eight Columbian artists take on a ‘double big wheel of death’ and a team of Cubans who springboard nine metres into the air.
Talented juggler Glenn Folco from Italy impresses visitors by juggling five tennis racquets at a time, making him one of the only acts of his kind in the world.
The 1300-capacity arena recently underwent a £1 million refurbishment, restoring the beautiful and intricate circus ceiling to its former glory. The design, created by Frank Matcham, was inspired by the Granadian Alhambra Palace and its beautifully intricate style.
A Spectacular Finale
The circus is one of only two in the UK which fills the entire ring with water, a must-see for visitors that has become synonymous with the Blackpool Tower Circus. Six metres above the water-filled ring, a seven-person pyramid makes their way across a high wire which is an incredible sight to witness and will have everyone gripped on the edge of their seats.
The pyramid reaches the very top of the circus ceiling, above the 42,000 gallons of water during the show’s famous finale providing to be a real wow moment for the audience below.
The Blackpool Tower Circus Tickets
You can save on entry to The Blackpool Tower Circus by using 2-4-1 vouchers from Kellogg’s cereal boxes or Tesco Clubcard points but for the biggest savings, we would recommend the Blackpool Big Ticket.
The Blackpool Big Ticket provides entry to 6 fantastic Blackpool attractions, all conveniently located in close proximity to one another. Madame Tussauds and SEA LIFE are adjacent to one another and the other four attractions are all located within The Blackpool Tower building, just a short walk along Blackpool’s famous promenade.
Check the The Blackpool Tower Circus Official Website for multiple ticket options.
The Blackpool Tower Circus Review
Enjoy a fun-filled 2 hours with death-defying acrobatics and thrills aplenty for all the family. Read our Blackpool Tower Circus Review to learn more about what’s on offer.
Travelling to The Blackpool Tower Circus
The Blackpool Tower Circus is located on Blackpool’s historic seafront. There are a number of ways you can get to the attraction and there is also lots of accommodation available in Blackpool.
Travelling by Train
There are two railway stations in Blackpool. Blackpool North Station is the closest, a 20-minute walk from the attraction. Visit the Raileasy website for details.
Travelling by Coach
If you would like to travel by coach we recommend that you try National Express.
Staying in Blackpool
There are loads of places to stay in Blackpool, if you are looking for accommodation then try Hotels.com. Blackpool’s Village Hotel is located in Stanley Park alongside Blackpool Zoo. The hotel offers a gym, Italian restaurant, pub, and spa on-site, as well as ample free parking. The hotel even features an 18-hole golf course, with a driving range and golf academy.
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