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Lancashire is ‘Good to Go’!

Lancashire is ‘Good to Go’!

Lancashire is brimming with approved locations and activities to enjoy this Autumn!

The ‘We’re Good to Go’ certification is the official UK stamp of approval for businesses, tourist attractions and destinations that are still safe for visitors.

The symbol enables easy identification of venues that have worked tirelessly to follow Government and industry guidelines surrounding COVID-19, including maintaining cleanliness standards and social distancing.

Luckily, Lancashire is brimming with approved locations and activities for you to enjoy this Autumn!

Note: Given that circumstances are now unpredictable and ever-changing, the status of each destination may have been altered since the writing of this news post. Please contact the venue before visiting.


WILLIAMSON PARK, LANCASTER

Williamson Park’s fifty-four acres of land are home to the iconic Ashton Memorial, the Pavilion café and shop, and captivating woodland walks. The 150 feet tall Ashton Memorial provides superb views across Morecambe Bay to the Lakeland fells and mountains. Externally, this Grade 1 listed building is surrounded by sculptures by Herbert Hampton, representing Commerce, Science, Industry and Art, while the interior is adorned with allegorical paintings of Commerce, Art and History by George Murray.

Opening Hours (Oct – Mar):
Monday to Sunday: 10:00am – 4:00pm

To find out more, click here.


FLEETWOOD MUSEUM

Across the River Wyre from Knott End-on-Sea, Fleetwood Museum explores the unique maritime history of this seaside town and the people who have lived there. Opened in the 1970s, the various galleries highlight important aspects of the area’s past and present; from inshore fishing traditions and salt mining, to artworks depicting early Fleetwood.

Opening Hours (4th Aug to 28th Nov):
Tuesday to Saturday: 10:30am – 4:00pm

To find out more, click here.


OLD HOLLY FARM, GARSTANG

This family-run dairy farm has plenty to offer for a wonderful day out in Garstang!
The Courtyard Café provides an outstanding and ever-changing array of freshly made meals and refreshments, using ingredients from local suppliers, while their Farm Shop sells chutneys and preserves made in their own kitchen, and eggs and milk from the farm’s own animals!

Opening Hours:
Monday to Sunday: 09:00am – 5:00pm

To find out more, click here.


HERITAGE BLACKPOOL TRAM TOURS

Get the best views of Blackpool by hopping on a Heritage Tram!

The Illuminations Tour:

Beginning at Pleasure Beach, the Illuminations Tour takes you along the infamous Promenade and Golden Mile, all the way to Bispham and back again! This ensures you get to see all the best bits of Blackpool, including the three piers and Blackpool Tower.

To check availability and book your tour, click here.

Promenade Tour:

Enjoy an iconic trip around Blackpool on one of three types of tram:
An open ‘Boat’ tram
A traditional Blackpool Balloon tram
A vintage tram dating back to the early 1900s

The tour begins at the North Pier, travelling north along the Promenade and away from Blackpool centre. Once you have travelled past the Metropole, the Imperial Hotel, and the Blackpool Grand and into Little Bispham, the tram heads back towards Blackpool centre, passing many an iconic landmark as it goes, eventually arriving at Pleasure Beach.

To check availability and book your tour, click here.

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