While some are part of the Great Promenade Show, which features work from artists to reflect the history and character of Blackpool, there are many more scattered about.
From the practical to the whimsical, here is everything you need to know about some of these unique sights.
1. Take a load off
The pebble like structures double as seats where tourists can rest their legs, or sit and take in the sea views.
2. The Frankenstein Project
The Frankenstein Project by contemporary sculpture Tony Stallard was permanently installed in 2001, and consists of a divers decompression chamber. Inside a blue neon light illuminates skeletons and a killer whale skull.
3. Dune Grass
The kinetic sculptures are as tall as a ten story building, with heads the size of a transit van. Visitors can regularly see the giant blades of grass blowing in the wind.
4. The Swivelling Wind Shelters
The two swivelling wind shelter shaped like a whale's tail, are 8m (26ft) high made from stainless steel, and are designed to align with the wind to give shelter from Irish Sea gusts.