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Higgitt's Las Vegas Arcade & £1 Burger Bar Blackpool, Blackpool | Tourist Information

6-8 Dale Street
Blackpool, United Kingdom FY1 5Af


Blackpool retro arcade and £1 burger bar, as featured on channel five,s Blaackpool Lights aired on Christmas Day.

Arcade Near Higgitt's Las Vegas Arcade & £1 Burger Bar Blackpool

Lucky Star
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
501-507 Promenade
Blackpool, FY4 1BA

01253 34 34 32

Lucky Star is situated on South Promenade, we are a family friendly amusements arcade offering a wide range of entertainments such as 10 lane Bowlingo and the NEW 'Laser Maze' where you can test your skills by avoiding multiple laser beams in the attempt to escape in the quickest time!

South Pier, Blackpool
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Blackpool, FY4 1BB


South Pier is one of three piers in Blackpool, England. Located on South Promenade on the South Shore, the pier contains a number of amusement and adrenalin rides. It opens each year from March to November and is owned by Six Piers Limited.Construction and openingThe Blackpool South Shore Pier & Pavilion Co. Ltd. was registered in November 1890 and work began to build the pier in 1892. It was constructed, at a total cost of £50,000, using a different method than that used for North and Central piers, the Worthington Screwpile System. It opened, with a choir, two brass bands and an orchestra on Good Friday, 1893. The 3,000 capacity Grand Pavilion opened on 20 May. At 163yd long, it was the shortest of the three piers, and had 36 shops, a bandstand, an ice-cream vendor and a photograph stall,which was different for people in those days. It was built shorter and wider than North and Central piers to accommodate pavilions.HistoryVictoria Pier was considered to be more "upmarket" than North and Central piers, and at first provided little entertainment. Holidaymakers started visiting the South Shore in 1896 when a carousel was installed on the sand dunes. In 1902 the south entrance of the promenade was widened with the construction of the present promenade, and the pier entrance had to be moved back. In 1930 the pier was renamed South Pier. In 1938 the entrance was widened, and the Regal Pavilion constructed.Two fires in six years changed the pier dramatically. First in 1958, a fire damaged the Grand Pavilion, followed by a further fire in 1964 which completely destroyed it. It was replaced with a theatre. In 1963 the Regal Theatre, at the entrance, was converted into the Beachcomber Amusement Arcade.

Slots Of Fun
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
185-191 The Promanade
Blackpool, FY1 5BH

07860 209617

Located on the World Famous Golden Mile on Blackpool Promanade, Slts Of Fun has a range of games to suit the whole family! Check out Blackpools only Kentucky Derby, 50p 1 Race, or 3 races for £1! With prizes available from 1 win only, or save up for that extra special prize! Try your skill on the cranes, to snag the soft toy you want! We've got Minions, Peppa Pigs, Frozen Toys and Much more! Our 2P pushers can keep the kids entertained for hours, with plenty of key rings and sweets to be won! Our burger bar, which is open daily within the season, is home to Britains Cheapest Hotdogs, 50p each with FREE ONIONS AND SAUCE! So what are you waiting for? Come on down for a great day out at Slots Of Fun Blackpool!

Silcock's Fun Palace
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
125-141 Promenade
Blackpool, FY1 5BE

+44 (0) 1253 751876

Silcock's Fun Palace is more than a seafront arcade - It's a whole kingdom of family fun. Located on Blackpool's Central Promenade, Silcock's Fun Palace is open all year round. Our new Game Zone where tickets make prizes offers a range of games to play and the best selection of prizes on the prom. The Captains Table Fish & Chip Restaurant serves high quality Fish & Chips and a variety of seaside favourites everyday. Why not try your luck in Blackpool's most luxurious All Cash Casino with the latest £500 Jackpot Slot Machines

Central Pier
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
The Promenade
Blackpool, FY1 5BB


Central Pier, Blackpool
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Central Promenade
Blackpool, FY1 5BB


Central Pier is one of three piers in the town of Blackpool, England.LocationThe pier is central in that it is located between the other two, but it was close to the site of the now-defunct Blackpool Central railway station about 550 yards south of Blackpool Tower. Since the coastline is very straight and flat, the pier simply extends at right angles to the sea front, roughly level with the promenade.HistoryThe success of the North Pier prompted the formation of the Blackpool South Jetty Company one year later in 1864. Impressed with the construction of Blackpool Pier (North Pier), the company hired the same contractor, Richard Laidlaw and Son of Glasgow for the project. This time, however, the company used the designs of Lieutenant-Colonel John Isaac Mawson rather than those of Eugenius Birch. When the pier was opened on 30 May 1868, it was 503 yards in length, 131 yards of which was a landing jetty for use at low tide. The first manager of the pier was Robert Bickerstaffe, coxswain of the first Blackpool lifeboat. Blackpool's lifeboat station is located next to Central Pier.From the start, the new pier's emphasis was on fun rather than the genteel relaxation provided at North Pier. In the early days fun was provided mainly by dancing facilities, but in the 20th century, roller skating was introduced along with fairground rides and amusement machines. Steamboat excursions departed from the landing jetty as they did from North Pier. The dance halls became less popular after the Second World War and the facilities were adapted into a theatre, bars and amusement arcades by the 1970s.

Blackpool Central Pier
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
The Promenade
Blackpool, FY1 5BB

01253 623422

Happy dayz amusement centre
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
95-97 Promenade
Blackpool, FY1 5AA

new image for 2014, new refurbished café kids eat free offer available,(cj's café bistro) prize bingo now bigger and better than ever before, several new machines , whole new look with families in mind , longer opening hours .

Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
61 Promenade Street
Blackpool, FY1 5AA

+44 (0) 1253 620820

Star Attraction Amusement Arcade
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information

Coral Island Blackpool
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Central Drive
Blackpool, FY1 5BD

01253 293133

MFA Bowl Blackpool
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
29-37 Market Street
Blackpool, FY1 1EX


North Pier, Blackpool
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
The Promenade
Blackpool, FY1 1

+44 1253 623304

North Pier is the most northerly of the three coastal piers in Blackpool, England. Built in the 1860s, it is also the oldest and longest of the three. Although originally intended only as a promenade, competition forced the pier to widen its attractions to include theatres and bars. Unlike Blackpool's other piers, which attracted the working classes with open air dancing and amusements, North Pier catered for the "better-class" market, with orchestra concerts and respectable comedians. Until 2011, it was the only Blackpool pier that consistently charged admission.The pier is designated by English Heritage as a Grade II listed building, due to its status as the oldest surviving pier created by Eugenius Birch. As of 2015 it is still in regular use, despite having suffered damage from fires, storms and collisions with boats. Its attractions include bars, a theatre, a carousel and an arcade. One of the oldest remaining Sooty glove puppets is on display commemorating Harry Corbett buying the original puppet there.LocationNorth Pier was built at the seaward end of Talbot Road, where the town's first railway station, Blackpool North, was built. Its name reflects its location as the most northerly of Blackpool's three piers. It is about north of Blackpool Tower, which is roughly the midpoint of Blackpool's promenade. The sea front is particularly straight and flat on this stretch of coastline, and the pier extends at right angles into the Irish Sea, more or less level with the promenade.

Attractions/Things to Do Near Higgitt's Las Vegas Arcade & £1 Burger Bar Blackpool

Leatham Park Guest House
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
21 Tyldesley Road
Blackpool, United Kingdom FY1 5DH

+44 (0) 1253 293440 07858 790509

Near all attractions and brilliant location to visit Blackpool. Very friendly and welcoming.Clean and basic place to stay. Free WiFi. Bar snacks hot/cold. Comfortable lounge with games to play.

Dinosaur World Blackpool
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Blackpool, United Kingdom FY1 5AA


Caravan Hire Haven Blackpool
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
mythop road
Blackpool, United Kingdom


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Laser Quest: Blackpool
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
66-74 Promenade visit
Blackpool, United Kingdom FY1 1HB


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