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What better way to get to know Lancashire than letting someone show you! With a wide range of specialities and interests, tours can be guided on foot, on coaches, in cars, on boats and on trains.
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Visit Blackpool’s largest rock factory and see everything in operation from our purpose built viewing area. Watch the video of how our products are made; visit the shop; have a coffee and be amazed how we make our world famous products.
Award winning Top Hat Tours can offer groups of visitors tailored tours to meet their needs as well as scheduled tours open to individuals to book onto. Haunted and Heritage tours a speciality!A selection of tours include:
Ribble Valley Coach Tour.
The Ribble Valley has mystical legends and Simon...
Brethertons Gold Line Holidays are a small, experienced company offering tours and coach holidays in the UK, Europe and Scandinavia. Also operating conference and corporate travel within the Ribble Valley, organising hotels and special visits.
West Lancashire has some wonderful churches and monuments steeped in history.
The sites on this tour offer lots of interesting facts to discover with the odlest, St Michael's Church in Aughton dating back to around 850AD.
Arts, Crafts & Galleries
North West Photography Courses – friendly expert tuition for beginners to advanced skills. Small group courses and one to one days. Beautiful rural setting and easily accessible. Learn what you and your camera can do.
Outdoor Activity/Pursuit Centre
Running outdoor activities for schools, colleges, youth and corporate groups and scouts and guides.
The Mary Towneley Loop is a section of the Pennine Bridleway National Trail for horse riders, mountain bikers and walkers. It follows bridleways and byways or short sections of public road.
Explore and enjoy the best of Lancashire and the Ribble Valley with Country Adventures.
West Pennine Moors
The Loop is a new challenging multi use route around the uplands of the West Pennine Moors, covering 30 miles. The Loop is designed for horse riders, mountain bikers and walkers. The trail follows bridleways, byways and public roads
This 5 mile circular route, beginning at Burscough Wharf, takes in sections of the historic Leeds and Liverpool Canal and quiet country lanes, making it ideal for families.