The Grade II-listed park, which opened in 1926, has been voted the best park in the UK for the second time in three years.
A visit to these glorious surroundings will help you understand how Stanley Park beat 364 other parks and green spaces in a public vote to win the accolade and why the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge tweeted their congratulations.
Stretching across 390 breath-taking acres, this oasis of elegance boasts a magical blend of architecture, horticulture and recreation.
Known across the land for its bandstand, boating lake and Italian gardens, this beautiful, tranquil place is a world away from the hustle and bustle of Blackpool seafront.
Open every day between dawn and dusk, the park is split into four zones: the north and western formal gardens; the eastern area lake and woodland area; and the south stretch containing children’s play areas and sports facilities.
More than two million people visit the park every year – make sure you’re one of them!