Towns and Villages in Lancashire

The County of Lancashire

Lancashire is a county in the United Kingdom with a great selection of places to visit including towns, historic monuments, ancient sites, waterfalls, woodlands, ruins, caves, rivers and streams, country parks, canals and villages.

The county of Lancashire boasts some of the best towns including Darwen, and Chorley.

Lancashire's best historic monuments can be found at Jubilee Tower.

The Quernmore Burial is a great place to visit in Lancashire if you like ancient sites.

There are a number of waterfalls in the county of Lancashire including Hatch Brook Waterfall, and Cow Dub Waterfall.

There are a several good woodlands in Lancashire county like Wheelton Plantation, and Spring Wood - Whalley.

There are a number of ruins in the county of Lancashire including Wheelton Plantation, and Whalley Abbey.

Don't miss Dog Holes Cave's caves if visiting Lancashire.

Ease Gill is one of Lancashire's best rivers and streams to visit in Lancashire.

Lancashire features a number of interesting country parks including Cuerden Valley Park.

Canals to visit in Lancashire county include Leeds and Liverpool Canal - Summit to Wigan Section.

Lancashire is home to some unmissable villages like Whalley,

Towns and Villages in Lancashire

Rivers in Lancashire

Canals in Lancashire

Lakes in Lancashire

Mountains in Lancashire

Hills in Lancashire

Woodland in Lancashire