The Best Landmark in Preston

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Preston, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Hoghton, Preston PR5 0SH

Since 1565

Landmark, Historical Site, Architecture Structure, Tourist Attraction, Garden, Afternoon Teas, Tour, School Visits, Group Visits, Events, Weddings, Celebrations, Groups and Private Tours, Doll's House Collection, Stables Gift Shop, Tea Room, Corporate Events, Funerals, Film & Photography

Free Admission: Children under 5 - It is a Grade I listed building - The Tower offer an enchanting & unique destination for every occasion - The gatehouse is embattled and in two storeys with a central tower rising by more than one additional story

Price: Adults £10, Children Under 16 £8 & Concessions (Retired and Students) £8

Mon - Thu 11:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Fri & Sat Closed

My friend & I came here on a very rainy day and were taken on a tour by 2 lovely and informative guides Sue & Steve. The whole of the house is well preserved and a must for history buffs, every room tells a story and the added fact that it is still lived in. Hoghton Tower is a hidden jewel the view from the Tower is breathe taking and so peaceful. The Gardens are well kept. Its such a shame that Hoghton Tower is not given the publicity that it deserves. A Spectacular place to visit.

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Fishergate, Preston PR1 8AP

Since 1850

Landmark, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Transit Station, Waiting Room, Self Service Machines, Virgin Trains & Town Centre

The island forming platforms 3 and 4 is a very wide island platform with a long series of buildings - There are currently six through and two bay platforms in use at Preston, with two more available for emergency use

Mon - Fri 5:45 am - 9:00 pm Sat 4:45 am - 9:00 pm Sun 8:00 am - 10:00 pm

Having used Preston station on numerous occasions in the past have finally decided to write a brief review. Having travelled to Edinburgh from Preston station and used the facilities at the station I would highly recommend it. There are clear platform signs throughout, the cafe is extremely well stocked and the coffee was excellent and reasonably priced. There is a cash point machine and the toilets were spotless!! The staff were more than helpful when our train was delayed.

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Preston Flag Market, 4 Cheapside, Preston PR1 2AP

Since 1926

Monument, Landmark, Historical Building, Tourist Attractions, Statue, Sculpture, Memorial & Collections

It is a monument to soldiers from Preston who perished in World War I and II - The memorial was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott with sculptural work by Henry Alfred Pegram

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The cenotaph is Grade I listed and surrounded by buildings that are equally as beautiful as it self. It is a poignant reminder of those who lost their lives and the centre piece of the flag market.
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