Blackpool lies along the coast of the Irish Sea. It is a seaside town in Lancashire, England and has population of 142,900. This town has become the centre for tourism during the 19th century. Here is what draws tourists to the place; Blackpool Tower opened in 1894. Inspired by the Eiffel Tower of Paris, France, it is 158m (518ft 9in) tall. North Pier is the northernmost of Blackpool's three piers. It includes a small shopping arcade, a small tramway and the North Pier Theatre toward the end of the pier; Central Pier is the middle pier, includes a large Ferris wheel and shops; South Pier or the southernmost pier. Almost directly opposite the Pleasure Beach, it houses a theme park known as Pleasure Beach Blackpool. Rides include the Pepsi Max Big One, which is the largest roller coaster in the theme park and one of the largest in the UK. The Winter Gardens is a large entertainment and conference venue in the town centre. It includes the Opera House, one of the largest theatres in Europe, Pavilion Theatre, Empress Ballroom, Spanish Hall, Arena and Olympia; and the Grand Theatre, a Victorian theatre designed by Frank Matcham is also now known as the National Theatre of Variety.
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