Fylde Coast Heritage Open Days

Fylde Coast Heritage Open Days

Fascinating places to visit with free entry, during Fylde Coast Heritage Open Days in September.

Interesting and historic buildings are open for you to visit FREE of charge in Fleetwood, Blackpool, Lytham and St Annes.

12-15 and 19-22 September, 2019

Take a look at the Blackpool and the Fylde Coast brochure below –

Includes details of properties in Lytham and St Annes

Blackpool and the Fylde Coast Heritage Open Days 2019
Blackpool and the Fylde Coast Heritage Open Days 2019

Take a look at the Fleetwood brochure below –

Fleetwood Heritage Open Days 2019
Fleetwood Heritage Open Days 2019

The 1906 Cleveleys Cottage Exhibition Tour takes place over four days in 2019. It’s part of the Heritage Open Days event.

Thursday/Fridays 12th and 13th plus 19th and 20th September. Starts at 11.00am from the corner of West Drive and Cleveleys Avenue.

The tour will be taken by the usual guide Dave Evans and booking is advised on 01253 478090.

Heritage Open Days

This is a national event, that takes places every September. It runs over two weekends this year, from Thursday to Sunday. There are open doors and interesting tours at buildings and interesting places along the Fylde Coast. At many venues there are tours and guides to tell you everything that you want to know. A lot of these buildings aren’t normally open to the public during the rest of the year, and it’s FREE admission at them all.

In Fleetwood you can park your car and enjoy a FREE heritage bus ride to all of the promenade venues. Available Sunday 22 September 2019.

Some of them are only open on this one day of the year. This is your chance to look behind locked doors and behind the scenes. Make the most of this chance!

Plan your weekend

Visit the various Visit Fylde Coast websites to find out more about what’s open to view during the weekend. What’s new this year, and what you want to see first.

These events are not organised by Visit Fylde Coast – all details correct at time of publication. Please contact the organisers for further information. 

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