‘Bid me discourse, I will enchant thine ear’
Shakespeare’s Venus and Adonis
Blackpool Tower is a tourist attraction in Blackpool, Lancashire in England which was opened to the public on 14 May 1894. Inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris, it rises to 518 feet 9 inches (158.12 meters). The tower is a Grade I listed building.
Step into the sensationally stylish Blackpool Tower Ballroom and prepare to be lost in a world of elegant charm and refined beauty.
Dating back to 1894, The Blackpool Tower Ballroom is world famous for its unique dance floor and spectacular architecture and remains to this day a destination for dance fans from across the globe.
You can dance the day away to the sounds of the famous Wurlitzer organ amidst this stunning setting, or watch from the side lines as you enjoy a delicious afternoon tea.
Whether you want to glide around the dance floor, relax at your table or spectate from up on the balconies, The Blackpool Tower Ballroom is an experience you will never forget.
You’ll be entranced by magic of The Ballroom and want to return time and time again, as so many of our regular guests already do.
Tickets to enter The Ballroom cost £9 but if you just wish to spectate from the upper balconies then you can do so for free.