Arranging car rental in Blackburn will make it easy to get out and about and explore what's on offer...
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Once you arrive, the town's buzzing cultural scene will give you plenty of entertainment options whether you fancy visiting King George's Hall, Thwaites Empire Theatre or the Darwen Library Theatre. All offer a varied programme of concerts and events.
If you're looking to delve into history, then Blackburn Cathedral is well worth a visit. Situated in the centre of town, it will give you time out from the hustle and bustle, while Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery showcases an impressive selection of items.
Historic Turton Tower is also worth a visit. This English country house displays furniture and paintings from the Tudor and Victorian ages and will allow all the family to step back in time.
Families will also enjoy visits to attractions such as Wellybobs Adventure Farm Park. There is a variety of different animals here as well as an indoor soft play area, sandpit, zip line, pony rides and jeep safari rides. There is an indoor and outdoor adventure play area, so even if the sun isn't shining, there is plenty to do.
For great picnic spots and to get back to nature, Corporation and Witton Country Parks are set in beautiful countryside, while peaceful walks can be taken along the Leeds and Liverpool canal which is an incredible 127 miles long and the longest in Britain.
Use your hire car to visit Blackburn's surrounding areas. Here are some ideas for where to explore...
The West Pennine Moors are within easy reach of Blackburn and here you can take some fantastic walks. The moors cover 90 square miles across Lancashire and Greater Manchester and you can visit landmarks such as Darwen Tower and Turton Tower.
The seaside town of Southport is around 45 minutes away by car. With beaches such as Crosby on its doorstep, here you can see the 'Another Place' sculpture by Antony Gormley and also enjoy the sandy stretches of Formby Beach. For traditional seaside fun, head to the Pier and the Pavilion where you will find traditional arcade games.
If you fancy a day in the city, Manchester is only around 40 minutes away. With great museums and galleries, a huge selection of shops, and family attractions such as SEA LIFE Manchester, Play Factore and LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, all the family will be kept entertained on a day out here.