A family day out can be a brilliant but also a wildly stressful or daunting experience. There is lots of support out there these days which can make your family outing a fantastic day to remember. First of all, you can get free carer tickets as a carer of a disabled child depending on their needs. You can also acquire passes to avoid queues, some offer priority parking as well as autism awareness wristbands/lanyards for your child. We have gathered some information and links for you which we hope make your days out easier! If you know of a place you think should be featured so Contact Us we would be happy to hear from you.
We are committed to helping guests with additional needs experience a spectacular and memorable visit to Blackpool Pleasure Beach. What is EasyPass?
For guests who have a recognised medical condition which prevents them from being able to queue for access to a ride or attraction, we offer an EasyPass ride access service.
Before entering the park we issue guests with a Wristband with an ‘E’ printed on it. This allows the disabled guest and one other person who has either a valid ride wristband or ride tickets to enter the ride via the exit or Speedy Pass gate. The ride staff will then permit entry when safe to do so. This is done by simply showing the ride operator the Wristband.
To find out how you can qualify for this service visit Blackpool Pleasure Beach
The park grounds are flat and it is easy to navigate a wheelchair around the paths. The vast majority of our rides are suitable for everyone although on some it is advisable that anyone with limited mobility be accompanied.
If you are a carer for a disabled guest, you can purchase a ‘ride all day’ wristband for the discounted price of £15. This wristband is only valid on the day of purchase and only available for registered carers. Our guest relations team will assist the carer in fitting the wristband. Carers wristbands can only be purchased in the park, and must be paid for using a credit or debit card only. Carer wristbands are not available to purchase in advance on-line. Please ensure that you bring one item of relevant paperwork listed below, along with suitable picture ID matching the recipient, to the main token box in the centre of the park. For more information on how you qualify for a carer pass see Southport Pleasureland
The centre has been designed with your needs in mind. We review our risk assessments and policies annually to ensure that we remain as accessible as possible to all guests, including wheelchair access. PLEASE NOTE: ALL adults must be accompanied by a child (aged 17 and under) to visit the attraction, with the exception of our Adult Nights. As part of our ongoing commitment to creating a fun environment for all, we host Autism Friendly Sessions, more information on those, parking, carer information pop over to Legoland
Our full Easy Access Guide can be downloaded here.
As a member of the British Association of Leisure Parks, Piers and Attractions (BALPPA), we welcome visits by guests with additional needs. We will do everything possible to ensure our guests have a safe and pleasurable day out with us. Drayton Manor