Things to See & Do
Explore The Fylde
Blackpool Tower Ballroom
Take a trip 380ft into the sky to the top of The Blackpool Tower and look out into the Irish Sea and see the famous Blackpool Promenade below you. See the North West of England spread out before you with views over Bowland, up to the Lake District and on a clear day down to Liverpool and across to the Isle of Man. The Blackpool Tower Ballroom is world famous for its unique sprung dance floor and spectacular architecture and remains to this day a destination for dance fans from across the globe.
Fleetwood Market was first opened in 1840 and is truly a traditional market, now one of the largest markets in the North West of England. With over 200 indoor and outdoor stalls it’s a true shopper’s paradise and you’ll find a variety of stalls including food, clothing and household goods - all at great prices.
Situated 4 miles north of Blackpool and 2 miles south of Fleetwood, tourists flock to the beautiful beaches and award winning promenade. With an events programme, kiddies corner and the perfect spot for a dog walk or watching the migrating birds.
Lytham & St Annes
Lytham Hall is a Grade I listed Georgian country house, walking distance from Lytham town centre. It is situated in 78 acres of historic parkland. Visits to Hall, parkland and tea room are possible.
Visit Lancaster Castle and museums to uncover the city’s ancient stories hidden in its walls and buildings, and find out more about the people who shaped its history. Stroll the meandering towpaths of the canal or along St George’s Quay, marvelling at the Georgian architecture which lines the banks of the River Lune. Explore the secret paths of Williamson Park and discover its hidden follies and stunning Edwardian designed butterfly house. Discover the open spaces and strong design of the two university campuses and find out how these seats of learning have influenced the city.