I found the cheapest way was to fly with easyjet from Belfast to Liverpool and then get a train to Blackpool. There's also the ferry and coach.
Most places of interest are within walking distance of each other. For those that aren't, there's regular buses and plenty of taxis. There's also the tram.
Use the bus. There's bus with two floor it's very cool when you are in the second level in the front. There's too the tramway who is very cool just near the ocean. It's not very expensive to take the bus or the tramway.
Everyone wants to take them home, they stand there week in week out, they always look so sad!!! Blackpool beach is well known for its famous Donkeys, every childs delight.
This is not a real transport tip, but I had to take the picture. If you look closely on the side of the plane you will spot a famous name of an airline company. I thought it quite amusing!
Here's Wayne trying to zip round the dodgem car course, but had time for a little wave to me :)
Not really a way to see Blackpool because you end up going round in circles - lol
The Blackpool tramway system was set up in 1885 and is said to be the worlds first electric street tramway.
Ride on a tram, these are some of the only ones still running in the UK. Just jump aboard and then pay the driver or conductor.
Here is a very little car, only one place inside. Maybe this is the best way to get around Blackpool :) ?