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  1. Add Chorley to your Itinerary




    Chorley is a market town in Lancashire, England, south of Preston and at the foot of the West Pennine Moors and home to the Chorley cake. It is the seat for the Borough of Chorley which is made up of Chorley and its surrounding villages.Chorley forms a conurbation with Preston and Leyland and was...

  2. Add Preston to your Itinerary




    Preston has so much to offer everyone, whether you are part of an organised group, out with the family or simply out to enjoy there is plenty to keep you busy.
    Explore our fantastic history and heritage in our fun-filled museums or take a trip back in time on the Ribble Steam railway which runs...

  3. Add Garstang to your Itinerary


    Set on the banks of the River Wyre with the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Garstang is steeped in history with beautiful architecture, abundant wildlife and array of activities.

  4. Add Rawtenstall to your Itinerary


    Rawtenstall is a town of industrial origin located at the centre of the Rossendale Valley, Lancashire. It is the seat for the borough of Rossendale, in which it is located.

  5. Add West Pennine Moors to your Itinerary

    West Pennine Moors

    Explore beyond the boundaries of historic Lancashire towns from Chorley to Bolton, Ramsbottom to Darwen and you’ll find a hidden gem, the West Pennine Moors. This 90-square-mile area of wild, unspoilt countryside is a rural haven and a perfect contrast to the nearby towns. The best way to discover...

  6. Add Lancaster to your Itinerary




    The City of Lancaster has a rich heritage, with Roman, Norman, Georgean and Victorian features. There are walks and cyclepaths, historic buildings to visit and a magnificent Castle to tour. Pubs and restaurants all over town, with a busy nightlife.

  7. Add Pendle Hill to your Itinerary

    Pendle Hill

    At 557 metres, Pendle Hill dominates the surrounding Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, providing spectacular views that stretch all the way to the coast on a clear day. This inspirational mound has a long and dramatic history, which dates all the way back to the Bronze Age –...

  8. Add Whalley to your Itinerary




    An attractive village, with interesting shops and galleries, where old cottages rub shoulders with Tudor and Georgian buildings along the main street. Whalley is famous for its church and Abbey.

  9. Add Morecambe to your Itinerary




    Traditional seaside town, with five miles of flat promenade ideal for walking or cycling. Visit the statue of Eric Morecambe, Don't miss the Art Deco Midland Hotel, refurbished to a high order, or stroll along the nearby Stone Jetty.

  10. Add Clitheroe to your Itinerary




    The historic market town of Clitheroe lies at the heart of Ribble Valley. It retains much of its old character and customs and is famed for its specialist shops, many of which have been run by the same family for generations.

    Clitheroe is a versat

Explore Lancashire

Welcome to Lancashire, a county of contrasting landscapes, diverse heritage and plentiful food and drink, covering 3,075 Km2 of England’s North West.

From the unique and wildlife rich Morecambe Bay in the north to the flat and fertile coastal plains  around Ormskirk and the Ribble Estuary; and from the world famous seaside town of Blackpool with its iconic Tower in the west to the undulating fells and moorland of the Forest of Bowland and Pennines in the east, visitors to Lancashire are truly spoilt!

Our Explore section will introduce you to the different areas of Lancashire including; the historic
city of Lancaster, home to the Queen’s only castle in  the north and the UK’s biggest walkabout theatre; The food fantastical Ribble Valley; the modern city of Preston with its historical origins; and the rich countryside and cultural activities around the Pennine towns of Burnley, Blackburn and Colne.

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