Take in the beauty of Blackburn’s stunning Anglican Cathedral There has been a church on the cathedral site for more than 1000 years and, in 1926, it was raised to cathedral status. The original church now forms the cathedral’s nave.
From books and beetles, to mummies and machinery, this museum has something to intrigue all minds. The museum is housed in a striking Grade II listed building, and is known for its unique collection of coins, manuscripts and books.
King George’s Hall in the centre of Blackburn is one of the region’s best live entertainment complexes, attracting world-class music, dance, comedy and variety acts.
Walk, cycle or horse ride - get out in the moorlands for a blast of fresh air and some stunning views.