Preston has plenty of attractions that the whole family can enjoy. To have a great day out just head to Preston and visit any of the attractions highlighted here and throughout our guide to Preston.
For a chance to look back over the past 2000 years of Lancashire's history head over to The Museum of Lancashire. Step back in time in the Victorian classroom and take a stroll down memory lane on a 1940s Preston street. Dive for shelter when the air raid siren goes off and experience life in the trenches.
If you fancy seeing some wild boar, longhorn cows and other animals then why not make the trip to Bowland Wild Boar Animal Park. If you are travelling with family then this is a must on your visit to Preston. Children of all ages will enjoy seeing animals such as wild boar and this is an opportunity to see them during a day out which none of you will forget.
Many people travel on our trains to Preston during the football season to watch their teams face 'The Lilywhites' (Preston North End). The Deepdale is a 23,400 seat stadium and features a statue of Sir Tom Finney outside the Sir Tom Finney stand.
Lakeside Superbowl has been established at this venue since 1999 but this location has been the home of bowling in Preston for over 25 years. With 25 lanes and automatic scoring and bumpers it has everything you need for a couple of games of bowling with friends or family.