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#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Southport
Walked along here each t8me ion our way into the town from the caravan site ...people were very busy getting it weeded from winter but it looked lovely ....
This half mile walk along Rotten Row will fill you with admiration for the work that has gone on in restoring this historical site to its former glory.
#2 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Southport
Loverly walk with great views first rate attractions and a lovely ice cream at the end We went 2 days in a row well worth a visit and on the way back call for a little drink In the lakeside perfect
Any photographers: I highly recommend taking your camera down to the pier at sunset, as the view is phenomenal.
#3 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Southport
I am lucky to live in Southport and often will wander down Wesley Street to view the books on offer at the Freshfields Book shop pick up some jelly babies from the best sweet shop in town before a leisurely coffee...
#4 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Southport
Lovely view over the lake and takes you from the pleasure land to the side of the pier.
#5 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Southport
Windmill Animal Farm Burscough, UK 11.5 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Burscough
good place to go with pleanty of animals and a 0.43 mile railway line running through it from windmill farm station through pensioners halt and round the lake into lake view station.
We went on a train ride which is extra but worth it as it's an old train and good views around the farm.
Lytham Hall Lytham St Anne's, UK 11.0 km away
#1 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Lytham St Anne's
This allows visitors to wander around the wooded grounds, criss crossed with footpaths and walk through partially restored formal gardens, including The Mount - which allows views over the Estate.
The house is open to the public to view inside more often than not - but best to phone for a viewing appointment because tours are arranged when a lot of explanations can be answered by experts who all love Lytham...