We are so very proud of our team here at Lytham Hall.
Whether staff members or volunteer members, your hard work and commitment has been nothing short of incredible.
Since opening the gates six weeks ago with a "table service only" alfresco operation - everyone has been run off their feet!
Although the restrictions in place are totally necessary, they are difficult from an operational side of things, especially when there is such distance between tables and the service counter/kitchens. Multiple journeys to & fro for each and every table certainly make sure one gets their steps in!
We are so pleased to open the Georgian Hall for tours once again from today. Behind the scenes the preparation has been non stop. Lots of electrical work, new heating system, plumbing, plastering, decorating and general repairs of all nature have been carried out during lockdown. This has of course caused disruption, dust and general mess, but our teams have worked tirelessly to ensure everything is as shipshape as possible to welcome back visitors.
As we enter our second phase of the government's roadmap, we ask all our visitors to take care, keep to the guidelines, and we thank you for having patience with staff and volunteers who are working so hard under difficult circumstances.
Our opening times are:
The historic parkland is open 7 days a week 9.30am - 4.30pm
The historic house is open 6 days a week (except Saturdays) 12 noon - 4pm with the last entrance at 3pm
The Cafe and alfresco areas are open 7 days a week from 10am - 4pm
The Lytham Hall Shop is open 7 days a week from 11am - 3pm (due to its success we are intending to stretch these hours very soon)
The Garden Hub is open 7 days a week
The Antiques Hub is open 5 days a week (wed-sun).
Our Animal Hub is open 7 days a week
We welcome you to come and enjoy Lytham Hall and its glorious 78 acre parkland. We are extremely doggy friendly but please do respect our wildlife, flower & fauna, and keep everything clean and tidy.
Leave you with a little thought!............. Looking after past and conserving it for the many generations to come - deserves the slogan "Back to the Future"