Free Days Out in Lancashire for Toddlers | Guest Post

Dexter stood in a playground smiling at the camera

The cost of days out with toddlers can soon mount up. As much as we love exploring Windmill Farm, Martin Mere and West Lancashire Light Railway, sometimes the funds don’t stretch quite far enough. Jenni, the blogger behind Chilling with Lucas has compiled a list of free days out in Lancashire that are perfect for toddlers and will give adults a bit of adventure too!

Happy Mount Park, Morecambe

Park View 4 U,  Lytham

Penny Farm, Blackpool

Worden Park, Leyland

Cuerden Valley, Bamber Bridge/Whittle-le-Woods

Astley Park in Chorley, a free day out in Lancashire, perfect for toddlers

Astley Park, Chorley

Cedar Farm and Galleries, Mawdesley

Brockholes Preston

Heskin Farmers Market and Craft Centre

Mere Sands Nature Reserve, Burscough

Formby Beach/Formby Point (car parking is chargeable/National Trust members FREE)

Beacon Country Park, Up Holland

Blackburn Museum

Pendle Sculpture Trail

Smithy Farm, Preston

Yarrow Valley Country Park in Lancashire

Yarrow Valley, Coppull

Greenlands Farm Village, Carnforth

Marton Mere, Blackpool

Old Holly Farm, Garstang

Harris Museum, Preston

Shores Hey Farm, Burnley

Stanley Park, Blackpool

The Weavers Triangle, Burnley

Free days out in Lancashire #mamiadaysout the sign for the fairy glen, a blue sign with green meadow and trees

The Fairy Glen, Appley Bridge

Samlesbury Hall, Preston

Avenham and Miller Parks, Preston

Witton Park, Blackburn

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