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The weather in Lytham St Annes
Check out the climate diagram for Lytham Saint Annes. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 3° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Experience the magic of Lytham St Annes holiday cottages
Lytham St Annes is a stunning village full of historic buildings and surrounded by great estates and grand countryside. It's also a serene backdrop to the major attraction of Blackpool, which vibrates with a huge variety of exciting entertainments that will thrill the entire family.
Stitches in time
Explore the history of milling at Lytham's picturesque windmill which is a hundred years old. Lytham Hall has been called the finest Georgian house in Lancashire and sits proudly amidst 31 hectares of grounds. Meanwhile, St Annes Heritage Mural is a stunning testament to the skill and patience of the local craftspeople who embroidered over two million stitches into the mural over the course of seven years. You can also watch glass-blowers at work at Glasform where molten material is transformed before your eyes into exquisite art.
Blackpool is child's play
Blackpool Pleasure Beach is packed with rides, attractions, shows and everything to delight the little ones for days on end. Meet Mooky the clown at Blackpool Tower Circus, or thrill seek at Blackpool Tower Dungeon. Then dive underwater at Sea Life and meet more than a thousand mammals at Blackpool Zoo, amidst 13 hectares of stunningly authentic animal habitats. Blackpool Model Village and Gardens is a fun afternoon's stroll that the children will find fascinating. As if that weren't amazing enough, you can also hit Sandcastle Waterpark for blissful hours riding the flumes and other water rides.
Venture to new dimensions
Not far from town is Blackpool which is notorious for its Winter Gardens and home to the stunning Illuminasia, the world's largest illumination experience of its kind, synthesising thousand year-old Chinese lanterns with modern lighting technology in the vast hall. Watch a 4D film (we have the technology) at the cinema and "skywalk" at Blackpool Tower Eye.
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