Snowdrop Season at Lytham Hall runs early each year throughout February, when you can also enjoy ‘Snowdrop Sundays’.
Snowdrop Season at Lytham Hall
Dates of Snowdrop Season Weekends 2019
February 2 & 3, 9 & 10, 16 & 17, 23 & 24
Open from 11am-4pm
Admission: £3 per adult, children go free
Come for a snowdrop trail through the parkland and marvel at the vast displays of snowdrops. The tea room is open to warm up with a hot drink and a light bite and there is a little shop in the courtyard selling bric-a-brac and snowdrops.
In February, millions of snowdrop flowers bloom throughout the parkland of Lytham hall, when the annual snowdrop season is in full swing.
Visit the Hall for a wander among the snowdrops, highlighted by frames for a picture-opportunity. For children there is a “find the fairy” trail along the way, which is included in the entry price.
Entry to the parkland these weekends is £3 per adult and free for children.
What can you expect when you visit?
- A picturesque trail through the grounds, highlighted on your trail map.
- A fairy trail for the children
- A Friends of Lytham Hall bric-a-brac and snowdrop shop in the courtyard
- A warm tea room to have lunch or a warm drink.
Please be advised these weekends tend to be car free. Parking is off site, except for blue badge holders. The income from snowdrop season is important for the survival of Lytham Hall.
For the latest state of play of the snowdrops display, check out the Lytham Hall Facebook page.
Susan Lavelle, from Carleton Garden Club, sent us these lovely photos of Lytham Hall and the snowdrops, taken when she was there on a visit.
Susan commented ‘there’s plenty to see for the entrance fee’, adding ‘It’s a nice walk. And they have some lovely cakes in the coffee shop to go with a hot brew.’
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