Venues for the young and the not-so-young, a diverse number of attractions await you in Lytham and St Annes. Historic places of interest such as Lytham Windmill and Lytham Hall and fascinating attractions which depict the history of the area and the families who moulded the towns and villages, Lytham Heritage Centre and St Annes Heritage Mural. Enjoy the traditional family attractions of the seaside, such as St Anne's pier, the multi award winning Beach Huts, the expanse of the beach and the sand dunes or pay a visit to rural Fylde, visit Glasform and see master glass blower John Ditchfield at work. Across rural Fylde there is a large network of country lanes - ideal for walkers, cyclists as well as plenty of bird watching opportunities too.
Europe's biggest holiday resort, Blackpool is located a short distance away with a huge choice of attractions to ensure you have the best possible time. Why not treat yourself to the Blackpool Resort Pass which provides you with one visit per attraction across seven days?
In the Blackpool Winter Gardens explore Illuminasia. The world’s largest indoor illumination experience of its kind blends thousands of years of traditional Chinese lantern crafts with the newest in lighting technology, and boasts hundreds of incredible structures covering thousands of square meters within the Olympia Exhibition Hall.
No visit to Blackpool will be complete without a visit to Blackpool Pleasure Beach’s rides, attractions, shows and so much more. New rides are constantly being added an in 2018 look out for the brand new double launch rollercoaster, ICON.
Nearby, slide the world’s longest indoor rollercoaster waterslide at Sandcastle Waterpark.
The 4D Cinema and SKYWALK at The Blackpool Tower Eye is an absolute must when in resort. Create lifelong memories with the family 380 feet above the Promenade before exploring the rest of The Blackpool Tower – don’t forget The Blackpool Tower Circus where you will be entertained by everyone’s favourite clown Mooky, not forgetting Mr Boo.
Down in the depths of The Blackpool Tower you’ll find Blackpool’s terrifying family attraction – The Blackpool Tower Dungeon! Prepare to be hurled into Blackpool’s most horrible history where the Dungeon creatures are ready to tell you their tormented tales.
A short stroll down the Promenade brings you to SEA LIFE and Madame Tussauds. Both are perfect for a morning or afternoon family trip. The only question is – which one first? Sharks, rays, turtles and thousands of fish make SEA LIFE an amazing aquatic discovery, while Madame Tussauds provides close-up glitz and glamour with your favourite British celebrities such as Ant and Dec, Olly Murs, Helen Mirren, Graham Norton, Bear Grills and many, many more.
Combine fun and wild animals in a fabulous family day out at Blackpool Zoo. More than 1,000 mammals, birds, reptiles and invertebrates reside in spacious, natural enclosures amidst 32 acres of stunning, mature parkland with lakes, tress and plenty of room for children to run wild! There is constant development underway at the zoo which has won many awards for its work.
Want to feel like a giant? Take a trip to Blackpool Model Village and Gardens? Set in 2.5 acres of stunning parkland adjacent to Stanley Park, wander through the carefully tended gardens and marvel at the many hand crafted models and figures representing life’s rich tapestry.
By night there is the world-famous Illuminations, which shine brightly in 2017 from September 1st to November 5th