There's plenty of things to see and do in Lancashire. Our travel guide will help you find them whilst on tour and visiting Lancashire
There is a vast amount of choice when it comes to things to do in Lancashire, therefore there is something to suit all budgets and tastes. There is a number of towns and villages throughout this area and there is also a lot of green areas, which gives a wide variety of places to explore, for those not tempted by the thrills and spills of Blackpool.
This area is the perfect location for both families and couples.
Damp weather does not need to spoil your fun whilst on holiday in Lancashire as there is a lot of things that you can still enjoy doing.
Sealife is a great attraction for when the weather is not so good. This attraction allows you to explore life underwater. There is a range of activities to suit people of all ages. There are designated feeding times for the creatures and there is an interactive pool which enables you to get hands on experience.
Clitheroe castle museum is also well worth a visit and this is a great place to explore the surrounding Ribble valley with the use of the interactive displays. You can also explore and Edwardian kitchen and learn how people once ward off evil.
Couples looking for things to do in Lancashire will not be disappointed as there is wide range of things to do.
For people who are experienced horse riders one idea would be to take a horse ride along the beach and feel the wind in your hair. Halsall riding and livery is one place where you can book this enjoyable activity. If you are not an experienced rider but want to try a bit of riding there is plenty of other trails that you can opt for in this area and there is something to suit all abilities.
If you are more into your nature then the Raines Observatory would be a good place to visit.
Carnforth railway station is a great place for a visit and this was the setting of the David Lean film, Brief Encounters, which was filmed here in 1945, you could always recreate the famous kiss that took place under the clock. There is a refreshment room where you can enjoy a romantic tea.
Lancashire is a great place to explore when you are on a budget, as there are still a lot of things that you can do.
There are many places in this area that are worth visiting and these include Brockholes nature reserve, Astley hall, Penny farm, Blackburn museum and art gallery. As well as these attractions the beaches and Country Park in this area are worth taking the time to visit.
Brockholes nature reserve offers a wide range of activities and wildlife attractions to suit all ages. There is a floating visitor centre, beautiful guided walks and walks where you can explore the wildlife residents in the area. Children can also let off some steam in the fun play areas and use their creativity in the craft activities.
Harris museum and art gallery is housed in a grade one listed building and it is home to a wide variety of fine paintings, fine art, sculptures, textiles, costumes, historical objects and photographs. There is also an archaeological exhibition so something to appeal to all interests.
Lancashire is home to a beautiful coastline and there is a number of beaches to choose from for a relaxing day or a stroll along the sand.
There are two country parks in the area which are Wyre Estuary Country Park and Beacon Country Park. These parks are the ideal location to get some fresh air and explore some of the area’s best scenery.
Astley Hall is an attractive country house which has a lot to offer visitors along with its architectural appeal. The hall is home to both an art gallery and a museum. The collections that are housed here include pottery, glassware, social history, military history, furniture, drawings and paintings. The grounds at the hall are well landscaped and lovely to have a stroll through.
There is a lot of attractions and things for families to do in Lancashire.
A popular attraction is Old Holly Farm. This is a working farm and it is home to a wide range of animals and you can get up close to the animals. The animals that you can expect to see include cows, sheep, alpacas, goats and donkeys. There is also a petting area where you can learn how to hold and care for animals including chicks and rabbits.
A more active idea for children of all ages is Jump Rush Trampoline Park. This park is home to over one hundred trampolines and there is a selection of floor and wall beds as well as specialist zones where you can check your balance, strength and coordination.CALL 01785 878787 ORSend us an enquiry