Father's Day 2019: Where to Treat Dad in Preston
Pamper your Pop this June...
With Father’s Day round the corner, there are all kinds of ways for you to treat dad. The city has a number of entertaining events fit for your hero, not to mention a top variety of things to do together or as a family.
Father's Day events
Fit in some bonding time over the weekend with these fantastic Father's Day events.
Father's Day Classic Cars and Bikes - Ribble Steam Railway
Saturday 15 - Sunday 16 June, 10.30am - 5pm
If your dad is a classic car enthusiast then Ribble Steam Railway's classic car and bike weekend is the perfect way for them to spend their day. Tickets also include access into the Ribble Steam Railway Museum, its workshop, and unlimited train rides.
For more details and ticket prices see Father's Day Classic Cars and Bikes.
Nature Dad's Trail - Brockholes
Saturday 15 June - Sunday 16 June, 10am - 4pm
Take part in this drop-in Father's Day nature trail at Brockholes, including a special treat for dads who complete the trail. No booking is required, just pick up your trail pack from the Brockholes' Welcome Centre for £3.
Father's Day Archery and Bushcraft - Cuerden Valley Park
Sunday 16 June, 10am - 1pm
Spend the morning together in the picturesque Cuerden Valley Park. This Father's Day morning invites you to take part in archery and bushcraft in the park's woodland, including den building and shooting slingshots.
For more details and ticket prices see Father's Day Activities - Archery & Bushcraft.
Classic Car Show and Farmers' Market - Hoghton Tower
Sunday 16 June, 10am - 4pm
Set at the historic Hoghton Tower, this classic car show will feature an abundance of classic cars as well as motorcycles, ex-army vehicles, classic 4x4s, and much more. Also taking place at the tower, the Farmers' Market is the perfect way to round up a fun-filled day for dad.
For more details and ticket prices see Classic Car Show and Farmers' Market.
Free Tours with King Henry VIII - Samlesbury Hall
Sunday 16 June, 11am
Not only is Samlesbury Hall a great day out steeped in history, there will also be a free tour given by King Henry VIII this Father's Day. When the tour is over there's also the Bee and Heritage Centre to check out as well as a restaurant and wafflery.
Things to do
There's more than just events in Preston over the Father's Day weekend, there's also an exciting array of activities suitable for all kinds of dads - From paintball and laser tag for big kids to escape rooms and brewery tours for some fun family bonding.
For a selection of activities and days out with dad see Things to Do.
Enjoy some tempting treats together for a memorable Father's Day; with many venues offering special Father's Day themed afternoon teas as well as classic options.
For a list of places in Preston serving up afternoon tea see Afternoon Tea in Preston.
Map addresses for Father's Day 2019
- Ribble Steam Railway, Chain Caul Road, Preston, PR2 2PD.
- Brockholes, Preston New Road, Preston, PR5 0AG.
- Cuerden Valley Park, Berkeley Drive, Bamber Bridge, Preston, PR5 6BY.
- Hoghton Tower, Hoghton, Preston, PR5 0SH.
- Samlesbury Hall, Preston New Road, Samlesbury, Preston, PR5 0UP.