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Windmills have featured in Lytham's history for hundreds of years. In 1805 Richard Cookson sought and obtained a lease from the Squire for a plot of land on which to build a 'windy milne'. Later, in 1860, when the prestigious houses in the area were...more
All reviews interesting place interesting history small museum opening times great landmark informative staff run by volunteers open to the public free entry worth a visit lifeboat station worth the effort local area sea front in great condition lovely place to visit sunny day
Lytham Windmill is a very noticeable landmark on the sea front at Lytham. It has stood there for over 200 years. No longer a working mill it is still an impressive building that remains in great condition and stands proudly in front of the lifeboat...More
The windmill, dating back to 1805, is great to visit - and is also such a prominent and iconic part of Lytham's waterfront. The display of pictures s fascinating - showing how the town was a top resort in Victorian times.
The windmill has recently been painted and looks great. Plenty of information boards near the site so visitors can read about its history. A great place to take photos. The location is perfect and can be seen from a distance.
A beautifully restored windmill on the seafront green, well worth a walk to the top, entry is free and donations would be gratefully recieved, my daughter loved it when she was a child, and now my 4yr old grand daughter loved the 3 flight climb...More