Lancashire has a number of great places to visit in its area, whether that be with family or by yourself.

February half-term is on the horizon so now is the time to start planning some fun activities.

TripAdvisor is a great place to find the best attractions in Lancashire and we have looked through the reviews to find the top five things to do. 

Here are the best five attractions in Lancashire for you to visit this year. 

Best attractions in Lancashire according to TripAdvisor:

1. Blackpool Zoo

Tripadvisor rating: 4.5

Location: East Park Drive, Blackpool, FY3 8PP 

Blackpool Zoo is a family-friendly attraction, providing fun and education for all ages.

It has more than 1000 animals, birds and reptiles across its 32-acre park. 

Adult tickets start at £19.99 and children from £13.50 which can be bought online or at the gate. 

2. Blackpool Tramway

Tripadvisor rating: 4.5

Location: Starr Gate to Fleetwood Ferry 

Lancashire Telegraph: Blackpool Tramway (Tripadvisor) Blackpool Tramway (Tripadvisor)

Blackpool's world-famous Tramway was modernised in 2021 and goes along 11 miles of coastline. 

Tours operate between Pleasure Beach and North Pier as standard and can be caught at any of the 'Heritage Tram Tours' stops.

Find out more via the website here

3. Blackpool Tower

Tripadvisor rating: 4

Location: The Promenade, Blackpool, FY1 4BJ 

The Blackpool Tower Eye and solid-glass SKYWALK offer the best views across the North West of England from the top of the iconic Blackpool Tower.

The tower goes 380ft up and has beautiful views of Blackpool, Liverpool and the Lake District on a sunny day. 

Find out more via the website here

4. Turbary Woods Owl and Bird of Prey Sanctuary

Tripadvisor rating: 5

Location: Access Through Garden Centre, 92 Chain House Lane Whitestake, Preston, PR4 4LB 

Lancashire Telegraph: Turbary Woods Sanctuary (Tripadvisor)Turbary Woods Sanctuary (Tripadvisor)

Turbary Woods Owl and Bird of Prey Sanctuary is run by a group of volunteers.

The flying display gives visitors the chance to participate in the flying display and have the birds land on their gloves. 

There are more than 80 birds of prey including eagles, hawks, falcons, owls, vultures and more unusual species.

Find out more via the website here

5. Lancaster Castle

Tripadvisor rating: 4.5

Location: Castle Parade, Lancaster, LA1 1YJ 

Lancashire Telegraph: Lancaster Castle (Tripadvisor) Lancaster Castle (Tripadvisor)

Owned by Queen Elizabeth II, Lancaster Castle has a wealth of English history. 

Explore one of Europe’s most extensive collections of heraldic shields hanging on the walls of the breathtaking Shire Hall.

Tour prices start at £8 for adults and £6.50 for children over five. 

Find out more via the website here