Garstang attractions

Garstang attractions

GarstangGarstang lies in the county of Lancashire which takes its name from the city of Lancaster and is sometimes known as the County of Lancaster. To the west of the county are miles of sandy coastline with some of Britain's most popular seaside resorts, while to the east you will find open countryside, rugged fells and moorland. Lancashire is home to the Forest of Bowland, the picturesque Ribble and Lune Valleys, nature reserves and several country parks. The towns of Burnley, Blackburn and Chorley offer visitor attractions that reflect their once important role as the cotton-weaving centre of Britain.

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Attractions Discovery Centre, High Street, Garstang PR3 1FU. Tel: 01995 602125. The Discovery Centre is in a superb location to start a variety of longer distance walks in the area, and a fine network of paths links up to the Lancaster Canal, the Forest of Bowland and surrounding countryside and villages. Location: In the centre of Garstang.
Discovery Centre

Attractions Pleasure Beach, Blackpool. Tel: 0870 444 5566. There’s plenty to do at Pleasure Beach, with over 125 rides and attractions and 3 spectacular shows. Take a thrilling ride on the Pepsi Max Big One, the Revolution or experience the classic twin tracked coaster the Grand National. Plus your wristband will gain you entry to one of our superb shows. About 12 miles west of Garstang.

Pleasure Beach

AttractionsBlackpool Tower. The tower is 158 m (518 ft 9 in) tall, inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Its base is hidden by a building housing the Blackpool Tower circus. The top of the tower is accessed by two lifts. There are four viewing platforms open to the public, the enclosed lower platform contains a glass floor above the south-west leg that allows visitors to look down on the street below. About 12 miles west of Garstang.

Blackpool Tower

Attractions Blackpool trams. The first tram line in Blackpool opened along the Promenade in 1885, and was the first electric tramway in the country. Blackpool Corporation took over the system in 1892, and the system expanded to serve much of the Fylde coast and towns inland. The line is now the only remaining 'traditional' tramway in UK. The line is a mix of street running and reserved track. Along the Promenade trams run next to the road, then after a short section of street-running the line runs on reserved track for the interurban section to Fleetwood. About 12 miles west of Garstang.

Blackpool trams

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