From History To Architecture – Preston Has It All For The Visitors

From historic links to Thomas Arkwright & the Industrial Revolution to those involving Preston North End, Sir Tom Finney & the Football League, there is plenty to savor in Preston.

Preston North End

Ramble through Winckley Square and Avenham & Miller Parks to enjoy a flavor of the city centre’s wildlife habitats, green spaces and play areas.

Avenham & Miller Parks


There is so much to wonder at the docks and marinam refurbished in the recent years but no less historic, offering a further dig to that earlier legacy – from steam trains & boating to shopping, waterfront living, pubs, cinemas, restaurants and more.

Docks and marina

Sample Preston’s shopping destinations that are relatively compact yet easy to explore. You may also find it interesting to check out the Victorian splendor of the Miller Arcade that possesses some awe-inspiring architectures.

Miller Arcade

It isn’t only about popular high street names & brands, Preston provides active indoor & outdoor markets, fresh Lancashire produce as well as a range of boutique & independent stores, many with a prod history of their own.

Preston’s Purple Flag Award also promises quality entertainment and a safe, vibrant night out, with its bars, pubs and clubs, theatre, dance, arts, comedy and live music a great draw.

So what are you waiting for? Plan a trip to Preston this coming weekend and savor everything this beautiful town has to offer.

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