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Group Visits

Group tours of 15 or more people are welcome by prior arrangement.   Our tours of Lytham Hall (an 18th Century Grade I Listed Georgian Manor House) give an insight into the history of the colourful Clifton family, who were accused of conspiracy during the Lancashire plot to restore James II to the throne. The 78 acres of mature parkland surrounding the Hall can also be explored at your own leisure.

We offer a full range of refreshment options. Should you wish to make a booking, please contact the Estate Office and we will send a booking form to confirm your requirements. A tour of Lytham Hall lasts about one hour. 

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Coach Tours​


Come and enjoy a private tour of John Carr's Georgian masterpiece. Our volunteer guides will take you on a journey where you will learn all about the colourful Cliftons, see the beautiful plasterwork, Gillow furniture, family portraits, historic paintings and hear how the Palace of the Fylde shaped the local area.



The staircases to the first and second floors have no lifts, meaning wheelchair users may not have access to the entire building. If you do have disabled group members, please let them know this in advance to avoid disappointment. The price for these Group members will be reduced.



Talks about the Clifton family and Lytham Hall are undertaken by staff and volunteers at various venues for societies and interested groups.


Please note:   All enquiries regarding Talks and/or Group Visits to Lytham Hall must be made via The Estate Office, Lytham Hall, Ballam Road, Lytham, FY8 4JX,.   Tel:  01253 736652 or e-mail


Should you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Coach access

If travelling by coach, please be aware that our entrance gates are 9 1/2 feet wide and can fit most standard coaches through. Drivers may have to push their wing mirrors in to avoid damage to the vehicle. Lytham Hall does not accept any liability.  


Snowdrop Visits


Winter is the time our grounds slumbers, but as the weather gets warmer, it slowly begins to awaken. As the first signs of spring start to peep through, take a wander through the mature parkland of this 18th Century Grade 1 listed Georgian House. 


Snowdrops are among the first to raise their heads in the New Year and when it is warm they release a delicate fragrance.

February is the perfect time to see our snowdrops as they spring up around the Parkland.


Coach Companies - please contact the Estate Office on  01253 736652 for more details on prices.

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the Lancashire Archaeological Society 

The Lancashire Archaeological Society paid the hall a visit in August 2021, read their glowing review of their day out here at Lytham Hall below

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