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City Stats:

Population: 114,300
Population of Urban Area: 131,900
Number of Hotels on This Site: 26

Key Tourist Sights:

St Walburge’s Church is one of the most impressive buildings that you will come across in Preston. It is a Roman Catholic church and is famous for having the tallest church spire in the whole of England at 94 metres.

For art lovers a trip to the Harris Museum and Art Gallery is in order. Here you will find an interesting mix of traditional and more contemporary art spread out over two floors and featuring painters including Turner.

Preston Guild Hall and Charter Theatre is the premier entertainment venue in Preston. It is divided into the Guild Hall Arena and the Charter Theatre, and welcomes 100,000 visitors a year. The Grand Hall Arena is a concert venue with a 2,000 capacity, and the Charter Theatre has a smaller 780 capacity, so head here if you want to catch a performance.

The Ribble Steam Railway is one of the biggest family attractions in Preston. Head here for a ride on the steam train along the one-and-a-half miles of tracks, and also pay a visit to the museum.

Best Known For:

Preston has a well-known football team in Preston North End F.C., which was one of the founders of the Football League and the first team to become champions. The team plays at Deepdale Stadium, which was built in 1860, making it the longest stadium in continual use in the world.

The most famous invention ever to come out of Preston was the water frame invented by Richard Arkwright. It was this invention that saw the boom in cotton mills across many settlements in northern England, including Preston.

Preston was an important industrial town during the Industrial Revolution, and it was here that Charles Dickens based his fictional town of Coketown in his novel ‘Hard Times’ after visiting in 1854.

A number of famous people come from Preston, including the inventor of Wallace and Gromit, Nick Park, football player turned pundit Mark Lawrenson, and the international cricket player Andrew Flintoff.

   

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