Getting to Lytham

Getting to Lytham

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Getting to Lytham by Public Transport

Travelling by bus

Lytham has a good bus service provided by Blackpool Transport. There are stops right in the centre of town, making it easy to get around for both locals and visitors.

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You can also use the Blackpool tramway service as far as Squires Gate at the southern edge of Blackpool. From there you can pick up the bus service to travel through St Annes to Lytham.

Travelling by train

Lytham is served by two railway stations. Ballam Road is at Lytham (not far from Lytham Hall). Ansdell and Fairhaven station is next to the Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club. From here frequent trains run to Blackpool North, along with a service to Kirkham, Preston and Colne.

Getting to Lytham by Car

It’s a direct route straight into town from the main motorway network. This makes Lytham easily accessible from Blackpool and from Preston – more here about travelling to Lytham by car. There are three main ways in. Travel along the promenade from Blackpool. From the M55 main motorway network or from Warton/Preston.

Car Parking

Once you’re at Lytham there is plenty of on-street parking in and around the main shopping area. Additional Pay and Display car parks can be found near to the town centre. Plus there is free parking for customers of Booths supermarket at Haven Road.

While you’re here…

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