EVERY FRIDAY AT 1PM AND 2.30PM OUR TOUR GUIDE STUART WILL TAKE YOU ON A GUIDED TOUR OF POINTS OF INTEREST WITHIN THE PARKLAND, THE DOVECOTE, PRIVY, PARADISE WALL, THE MOUNT, PIGGERIES, GARDENER'S COTTAGE AND AROUND THE STABLES. ONLY £3 ADULTS AND £1 CHILDREN NB: This is not a Georgian Hall tour of the grand house, but is offered as an additional educational guide.
Have you tried our new free-flow style house tours yet? Tickets can be purchased at the office and then you can explore this magnificent grade 1 listed building at your own pace. The doors of the Georgian Hall open at 12 noon with last entry at 3pm. There are guides at regular intervals to offer any information on the history of the Clifton family or John Carr's architectural masterpiece. Don't miss the opportunity to see this stunning building and it's ornate interior. Tours
The response to the news that outdoor theatre is back at Lytham Hall next month has been exceptional. Sunday 16 August will see two performances, at 4.30 and 7.00 pm, by one of the country’s leading open air touring specialists Illyria with a new production of “The Wind in the Willows”. Three quarters of the 400 tickets have already been sold as Fylde coast theatregoers have rushed to support live drama at Lytham Hall after the lockdown. Lytham Hall will be the only Lancashir
Afternoon Tea bookings are back on at Lytham Hall. For only £11.95 you can enjoy a fruit scone with jam and clotted cream, an assortment of cakes, 4 assorted finger sandwiches (yes of course the crusts are cut off!), dressed salad cup and crisps per person. This includes your choice of tea, or coffee if you prefer. Reservations can be made by calling 01253 736675
Open air theatre is back at Lytham Hall next month. Sunday 16 August will see two performances by one of the country’s leading outdoor touring specialists Illyria with a new production of “The Wind in the Willows”. Lytham Hall will be one of the first venues in a six-week nationwide summer tour by Illyria following the government’s lifting of the ban on outdoor performances. Theatre organiser Julian Wilde is delighted that Fylde coast favourites Illyria are back on the road
We are very sad to have to announce the postponement of this year's Lytham Proms concert until next year. Please read the announcement below from the organizers Cuffe and Taylor. Unfortunately large concerts such as this will not be viable in the near future. Heartfelt thanks go to all the amazing team at Cuffe and Taylor who so desperately wanted to try and make this work this year. Please don't contact the Estate Office regarding tickets, as these inquiries are all being de