Illustrator Map Blackpool + Preston UK

Blackpool and Preston, both located in Lancashire, England, are cities with rich histories and vibrant cultures. Here are some of the most famous buildings and landmarks in each city:


  1. Blackpool Tower:
    • The iconic Blackpool Tower is a symbol of the town and a prominent landmark on the Blackpool skyline. Built in 1894, it was inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
  2. The Pleasure Beach:
    • Blackpool Pleasure Beach is one of the most popular amusement parks in the United Kingdom. It features a variety of rides, including roller coasters and water attractions.
  3. Blackpool Illuminations:
    • The Blackpool Illuminations are a world-famous light show that takes place annually, usually from late August to early November. The entire promenade is adorned with stunning light displays.
  4. The Grand Theatre:
    • The Grand Theatre is a historic Victorian theater that has been entertaining audiences since 1894. It hosts a variety of performances, including plays, musicals, and concerts.
  5. Blackpool Central Pier:
    • One of Blackpool’s three piers, Central Pier is known for its entertainment venues, including a large Ferris wheel, amusement arcades, and traditional fairground rides.


  1. Harris Museum and Art Gallery:
    • The Harris Museum and Art Gallery is a cultural hub in Preston, featuring a diverse collection of art, artifacts, and exhibitions. The building itself is an architectural gem.
  2. Preston Guild Hall:
    • The Guild Hall is a multi-purpose venue that hosts concerts, conferences, and events. It plays a significant role in the cultural and entertainment scene of Preston.
  3. St. Walburge’s Church:
    • St. Walburge’s Church is a stunning example of Gothic architecture and is known for having the tallest spire of any parish church in England.
  4. Avenham Park:
    • Avenham Park is a picturesque Victorian park located along the River Ribble. It features beautifully landscaped gardens, walking paths, and the iconic Avenham Park Pavilion.
  5. Miller Park:
    • Miller Park is another attractive green space in Preston, known for its elegant design, lake, and Victorian-era architecture.

Both Blackpool and Preston offer a blend of historical and modern landmarks, providing visitors with a diverse range of attractions to explore. Whether it’s the seaside charm of Blackpool or the cultural heritage of Preston, each city has its own unique character.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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