The Spanish Hall is a section of the iconic Winter Gardens in Blackpool. Guests describe it as an ideal venue for special occasions, such as dinner dances or wedding parties. The interior design of the Spanish Halls is something that bedazzles all visitors. Featuring a splendid art deco design, the place resembles the aspect of a traditional Andalucian village. Dating back to the 1930s, the Spanish Hall Winter Gardens were designed by the famous Andrew Mazzei.
The Spanish Hall Winter Gardens are in the very heart of Blackpool, thus you can easily get there via car, train or bus.
By train and tube: the Spanish Hall Winter Gardens are within a 7-minute walking distance from the Blackpool North train station, so getting to the venue by train is a great idea.
By bus: there are several bus stops next to the Spanish Hall Winter Gardens (approximately one/two-minute walking distance), namely Corporation Street bus stops CO1 (serving the routes 2C and 61); CO2 (serving the routes 2C, 10 and 16); Market Street bus stops MA1 (serving the route 14); MA2 (serving the routes 5 and 7); and MA3 (serving the routes 11, 68 and 68C).
By car: the Spanish Hall Winter Gardens are a short distance from the A584 main road, so you can get there by car in no time.
International: getting to the Spanish Hall Winter Gardens from the Blackpool Airport will take approximately 18 minutes. Or you could get there by bus. 68 is a direct route and has a stop at Squires Gate, very close to the airport.
The Spanish Hall Winter Gardens are within a one-minute walking distance from the Houndshill Car Park, which offers a large number of places for Blue Badge Holders.
Access for people with special needs
People with disabilities can access the venue, as it is equipped with amenities such as accessible toilets or elevators.
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