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Just six miles from the bright lights of Blackpool, Lytham is worlds apart in both character and atmosphere. This seaside town is nestled along a picturesque stretch of coastline lined with well tended lawns, a boating lake and pretty parks. The rolling sand dunes of St Annes-on-Sea and the Ribble Estuary adjacent to Lytham make a safe haven for more than 250,000 migrating birds that flock here in winter. As you stroll along the seafront, you can’t miss Lytham’s Grade II listed Windmill, which has sat on the emerald lawns of Lytham Green since 1805. A short stroll from the seafront, brings you to central Lytham, where you’ll find charming boutiques, restaurants and independent shops lining leafy Clifton St. The nearby St Annes-on-Sea boasts a beautifully restored Victorian Pier, originally built in 1885 and now home to amusement rides, shops and a café. Golfers will also know Lytham as a famous golf destination. The region boasts four championship golf courses which host prestigious tournaments.


Lytham Windmill

One of Lythams best known landmarks situated on Lytham Green. A seasonal museum with a series of exhibits.

Lytham Life Boat

Next door to the windmill is the old lifeboat museum. A small museum telling the story of Lytham Lifeboat history.

Lowther Pavilion

A historic theatre set in the beautiful Lowther Garden offering an abundance of theatrical production, concerts and community events throughout the year.

Lowther Garden

Situated adjacent to Lytham Green, Lowther Garden is one of the oldest parks in Lytham. These mature gardens contain a range of passive and active leisure facilities for all ages. Horticultural excellence with a newly re-furbished café.

Lytham Hall

An 18th century country house in18 acres of woodland park, managed by Lytham Heritage Trust. It offers beautiful walks with its own tea rooms. Seasonal events are also held here. Well worth a visit.

Lytham Heritage Centre

A grade II listed building in the town centre used to promote and preserve the history of Lytham and its surrounding areas by offering exhibitions and events.

Fylde Gallery

Unique and beautiful gallery with a varied programme of exhibitions featuring local artists and heritage groups.

Park View 4 All

An award-winning park in the heart of Lytham for everyone to enjoy, relax and have fun. Toddler and teen zones, BMX track, skate ramps, play fit equipment, amphitheatre, football pitches, woodland walks and much more.

Shopping in Lytham

Lythams tree-lined streets are filled with designer boutiques, enchanting antique shops and delightful array of speciality shops. Everything for the experienced shopaholic, bargain hunter or even the reluctant shopper.

Wining and Dining

Lytham has an established reputation of a place for fine dining. With stylish cocktail bars, traditional pubs, classy cafes and a growing choice of award winning restaurants. Or simply tuck into some traditional fish and chips at the seaside.


Lytham is well known for holding events and concerts through the year. Ranging from farmers markets, craft fayres, car rallies and long standing events that are part of the local history heritage.

Lytham Music Festival which is now Lancashire’s largest live music event welcoming stars such as Diana Ross, Russell Watson, Snow Patrol, Duran Duran, Kool and the Gang and many more. The 7 day event is set on Lytham Green overlooking the sea which makes it the perfect place to enjoy the summer vibes. A fun festival enjoyed by couples, friends and families it’s a summer must!

Please check their website for all up and coming events, dates, tickets and lineups.


If you’re a keen golfer then Lytham St Annes is the ideal place for you, with its famous championship courses, for dedicated golfers at all skill levels.

Four championship courses:

Royal Lytham and St Annes – One of the most renowned courses in the world as the venue for the Open Golf Championship for over 100 years.

Fairhaven Golf Course – Set in idyllic wooded countryside.

Lytham Green Drive – Less than a mile from Lytham town centre set in beautiful pasture and meadows.

St Annes Old Links – Nested between sand dunes providing a good challenge.

Lytham Christmas Light Switch On

The Lytham Christmas lights switch on seems to get bigger and better every year with a full programme of groups and choirs finishing with a spectacular firework display. All in the chic piazza square of Lytham.

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