Lytham Square and St Anne’s Square are very similar in the sense that they are both small, cute, and really give you a homey village feel. There are many independent cafes and restaurants surrounding the square full of delicious food and drinks! From seafood to milkshakes, anything you could want is right there (Find my food recommendations below)! There is also a small market, boutiques and all the usual shops full of necessities!
Lytham Windmill is located on Lytham Green, it used to be a tower mill that ground wheat and oats! Since it stopped commercial milling in 1921, the council open it up to the public during the summer. Inside it is a museum which shows the history and practice of flour milling. Further along, the Green is my favourite part, the jetty. On a sunny day, you can enjoy a peaceful walk down it all the way into the sea.
Lytham Hall is the finest Georgian house in Lancashire has a rich history that draws many people in to view the beautiful rooms and notable paintings. Within the 78 acres of parkland, there is an Animal Hub for kids with rabbits, goats and many more animals! An outdoor theatre with shows and events happening all year round.
This amazing 5-day event is located on Lytham Green, approximately a 30 seconds walk from Lobster Cottage!
Over the years we have hosted:
There are Pay and Display car parks operated by Fylde Council on Lytham Green. Not only are they good for seafront access, but they are also just a very short walk away from the town centre.