How to get to Sight Village North-West

Travel by Car/Parking

Blackpool sits right in the middle of the UK, on the North West coast of England. The resort is no further than a three-hour commute from most major cities in the UK. 

Blackpool remains easily accessible by car. The M6 motorway runs directly from the M1 and links Blackpool via M55 exit at junction 4, follow A583 into Central Blackpool or for sat nav – postcode FY1 1HW.

Central Blackpool does have one-way systems and pedestrianised areas. You may wish to use one of the large, well sign-posted tourist car-parks close to the Promenade or there are 2 car-parks closer to the Winter Gardens.

A multi-storey facility is available within the Houndshill Shopping Centre. This is approx. 150m from the Coronation Street entrance (lift access to the main areas of the Winter Gardens building) or approx. 300m from the Church Street entrance (ground level access to the main building)- the postcode of this car-park is FY1 4NY. This is a pay-on-return car-park.

Public Transport

The following transport lines have routes that pass near Winter Gardens

Bus: 24, 42, 61, 68, 9 and Light rail: Tramway.

Travelling by train

Blackpool North Station is approximately 10 minutes’ walk from the Winter Gardens. You can travel from Manchester Piccadilly. Travel to Blackpool with First Trans Pennine Express.


A taxi rank is on Church Street, just a few minutes’ walk from the entrance of Winter Gardens. Taxis may also drop off outside both entrances to the Winter Gardens subject to traffic restrictions.

International Visitors

Visitors choose to fly into Liverpool's John Lennon Airport (LPL), from where it is a quick journey by bus, rail or road to Blackpool city centre. For commercial flights, the nearest airport is Manchester, accessible by direct train.