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If walking and exploring is your thing - then start your day in the villiage of Hurst Green, famous for Tolkin of Lord of the Rings fame!
Read more about: Hurst Green
Attractions•Animal & wildlife
Leighton Moss is the largest reedbed in the north-west of England, and home to some really special birds such as bredding bitterns, bearded tits and marsh harriers.
Read more about: Leighton Moss Nature Reserve
Enter Legoland Discovery Centre and it's like you have jumped into the biggest box of Lego bricks ever!
Read more about: LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre
Martin Were is where wilderness and family-friendliness combine.
Read more about: Martin Mere Wetland Centre
Plant World at Myerscough gives you access to a beautiful world of horticulture with a wide range of exotic plants and pets in their commercial plant centre.
Read more about: Myerscough Gardens & Plant World
Attractions•History & culture
Ribchester Roman Museum, is located in the picturesque village of Ribchester which is set in the beautiful countryside of the Ribble Valley.
Read more about: Ribchester Roman Museum
Intu Trafford Centre in Manchester boasts over 280 stores including Selfridges, an Apple Store and John Lewis, along with a number of dining options and multiplex cinema. For those looking for more fun than fashion there's also Laser Quest, minature golf and an arcade for keen gamers.
Read more about: Intu Trafford Centre
Macdonald Tickled Trout Hotel
This delightful attraction on the Yorkshire-Lancashire border combines friendly farm animals, a huge visitor play barn, a cosy cafe and outdoor paddocks and rides.
Read more about: Thornton Hall Farm & Country Park
Spring and Summer
Turton Tower evolved from being a simple stone Pele tower, which was built around 1420 as a defensive fortress, to an impressive and comfortable residence by the Tudor and early Stuart period.
Read more about: Turton Tower
Standing on the banks of the River Calder, Whalley Abbey has been a focal point of hospitality since the 14th Century.
Read more about: Whalley Abbey
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