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Royal Lytham and St Annes Golf Club - Lytham and St Annes


Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club was founded in 1886 and the present Course constructed in 1897. The Clubhouse celebrated its Centenary in 1998. It is one of the premier links courses in the world, host to ten Open Championships, two Ryder Cups and numerous other major tournaments including Woman's and Seniors Open Championships. Northern hospitality has always been famous and Royal Lytham leads the way. You will be made very welcome.It is renowned as a course on which is it hard to scramble a good score, after all, there are 200 bunkers peppering the fairways and surrounding the greens.

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St Annes Old Links Golf Club


The Fylde Coast is famous for its golden sandy beaches, promenades, piers and of course its famous tower, which dominates the skyline. Blackpool Tower –a half size copy of the Eiffel Tower –was completed way back in 1894, but golf at St Annes Old Links Golf Club was first played years before the tower had even reached the drawing board.

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Sea Life Centre


Showcasing more than 50 dazzling displays and more than 2,000 spectacular aquatic creatures including tropical sharks, colourful reef fish, octopus, rays and sea horses, SEA LIFE Blackpool is the perfect way to experience the wonders of underwater life without getting wet. Explore the magic of the world's oceans and journey from the coast and sandy shallows of the great British shoreline to the equatorial rainforest of the Amazon and into the tropical depths of the ocean.

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Sandcastle Water Park


Sandcastle Waterpark is an indoor waterpark in an 84-degree tropical climate located at South Beach in Blackpool, Lancashire, England. It opened in 1986 on the site of the former South Shore Open Air Baths as a joint public/private partnership.

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Three Piers


Blackpool is famous for its unique brand of kitsch entertainment, Kiss-Me-Quick hats, donkey rides and its tower, but it is also a fantastic place to visit because it is home to not just one but three piers, which add to its status as one of the top seaside resorts in the United Kingdom. Each of the piers has its own identity and each stands out as unique and yet in common they have a starring role in Blackpool’s role as a leading seaside resort. The piers are within walking distance of one another and are situated along what is famously known as “The Golden Mile“.

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Blackpool Zoo


Blackpool Zoo is a 32-acre zoo, owned by Bruno Ragun and located in the sea-side resort of Blackpool, Lancashire, England. It provides a home to over 1,350 animals from all over the world. The zoo has recently changed ownership twice –once in 2003, and again in 2007, resulting in continued investment each year.

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Blackpool Illuminations


Blackpool Illuminations is an annual lights festival, founded in 1879 and first switched on 18 September that year, held each autumn in the British seaside resort of Blackpool on the Fylde Coast in Lancashire.

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The Grand Theatre


Blackpool Grand Theatre is a theatre in Blackpool, Lancashire, England. Since 2006, it has also been known as the National Theatre of Variety. It is a Grade II* Listed Building.

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Winter Gardens


There’s a great variety of shows, events and entertainment for all the family at the venue at the heart of the town centre. Read on to find out what’s on next at Blackpool Winter Gardens.

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Lowther Theatre


Oldest park in town, retaining much of the 1900s design, plus bowling, tennis and a theatre.

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Blackpool Pleasure Beach


Blackpool Pleasure Beach is an amusement park situated along the Fylde coast in Blackpool, Lancashire, North West England. The park was founded in 1896 and has been owned and operated by the Thompson family since its inception.

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Blackpool Tower


Blackpool Tower is a tourist attraction in Blackpool, Lancashire, England, which was opened to the public on 14 May 1894. Inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris, it is 518 feet tall and is the 120th-tallest freestanding tower in the world.

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Botanic Gardens Museum - Southport


The Botanic Gardens Museum is situated in the Botanic Gardens in Churchtown. It is funded by Sefton Council. The collection includes local history and natural history displays, and a re-creation of a period Victorian room. There is an exhibition tracing the first 200 years of Southport's history from 'Duke' William Sutton's bathing hut of 1792 to what you can see today. There is also an exhibition displaying toys dating from the Victorian period to the present day. The museum has a natural history collection which includes the Pennington Collection of British Birds. The museum shop stocks a small selection of gifts and souvenir items including a range of items designed to appeal to children. Wheelchair access is provided to the ground floor of the museum.


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