Lytham St Annes is located between the mud flats of the Ribble Estuary and the bright lights of Blackpool is the pleasant, if not a little posh, seaside town of Lytham. Only around than 5 miles down the coast from Blackpool, Lytham St Annes feels like a world apart. Lytham St Annes is close to Marton Mere Holiday Park.
Lytham Hall - is a Grade I listed Georgian country house. You can walk from Lytham town centre. Situated in 78 acres of historic parkland. Visits to Hall, parkland and tea room are possible.
St Anne’s Beach - is a huge expanse of golden sand. The sort that is perfect for running around on and building sandcastles. Also you can paddle in the sea or do some beach games with your family. There are no lifeguards on duty and swimming isn’t recommended towards the estuary. Behind the beach is a large grassy area featuring attractive gardens, a boating lake and Lytham’s iconic green windmill.
St Anne's Pier - is a Victorian era pleasure pier in the English seaside resort of St Anne's-on-the-Sea, Lancashire. Designed by Alfred Dowson and completed in 1885. The pier was originally intended to be a sedate promenading venue for the resort's visitors, but attractions were later added. Changes made to the estuary channels to improve access to Preston Dock left the pier on dry land and ended its steamer services to Blackpool and Liverpool.
Lytham's Windmill, - Richard Cookson sought and obtained a lease from the Squire for a plot of land on which to build a 'windy milne' around 1805. On the 2nd January 1919, a tremendous gale turned the sales despite the powerful brake and sparks ignited the woodwork. The Windmill was quickly ravaged by fire, the interior being entirely gutted. In 1989, the Windmill was restored by Fylde Borough Council and opened to the public.
Lytham Gin Distillery - the home of Sandgrown Spirits the makers of Lytham Gin, Rum and Liqueurs.