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5 places to view snowdrops in Lancashire

PUBLISHED: 00:00 01 February 2016 | UPDATED: 22:26 11 February 2018

Snowdrops at Lytham Hall by Louise Dobson

Snowdrops at Lytham Hall by Louise Dobson

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There are few sights as magical as a carpet of springtime snowdrops. We pick a few of our favourites across the county this month

Lytham Hall

Snowdrop Season February 3rd- 4th, 10th-11th, 17th-18th, 24th-25th

Take the snowdrop trail through the parkland and marvel at the vast displays of snowdrops

£3 per adult, children free

www.lythamhall.org.uk

Gorse Hill Nature Reserve, Ormskirk

Snowdrop Sunday February 18th

Take a walk around Cabin Wood and discover the snowdrops.

11am start (Donations are welcome)

nwecotrust.org.uk

Bank Hall Gardens, Bretherton

Snowdrop Sundays – February 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th 

Experience one of the finest carpets in the country cultivated by the Bank Hall Action Group. Use the #bankhallbretherton and #SnowdropSunday hashtags

12pm to 4pm. Adults £2.50, Children free

www.bankhall.org

Gresgarth Hall

Galanthus Garden Open day - February 11th

Witness the glorious display of snowdrops at Gresgarth Hall for one day only.

11am-3pm, Entrance £8.50

www.arabellalennoxboyd.com/gresgarth/public.html

Hornby Castle

Snowdrop Weekend - February 17th-18th

Take a walk around the beautiful grounds and enjoy views of the nearby Lake District.

11am-4pm Adults £4 children over 5 £2

www.hornbycastle.com/hornby-castle-gardens

 

Where are your favourite snowdrop spots? Leave a comment below or send us a tweet at @lancashirelife

Related Article: 12 photos that capture the true beauty of snowdrops in Lancashire

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  • snow drop up close .. Oswaldtwistle Lancashire

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    Friday, February 3, 2017

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