is a historical town within the borough of South Ribble, Lancashire County, England, United Kingdom close to Junction 28 of the M6. It lies within the North West Region of England in proximity with Cuerdon, Euxton, Farington, Preston City, Whitestake and Whittle-le-Woods. The area is one of the places featured in the Domesday Book. Leyland today is famous for its abundant economy including being the home to the massive British Leyland company, shopping destinations and picturesque environment. Top Attractions within and nearby Leyland: Camelot Theme Park
sits around four miles away from Leyland. It is located at Charnock Richard, Chorley, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom. The marvelous park features thrilling rides, magnificent performances, an animal farm and so much more. Explore www.camelotthemepark.co.uk
to know more about the magical Kingdom of Camelot. Commercial Vehicle Museum
is located at King Street, Leyland, Preston, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom. The venue showcases large collection of artefacts, vehicles and etcetera that tell about the glorious history and development of the country's vehicle building industry and hosts events throughout the year. Discovering the museum is highly advised for people of all ages and group sizes most especially to all vehicle enthusiasts. Saint Andrew's Parish Church
is located at Worden Lane, Leyland, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom. It is an ancient and active parish church with history dating 1200 A.D. As per the English Heritage the church is a Grade II listed building. The church is famous for being an ideal place for people who wish to find peace, meditate and or connect with God aside from its architectural style and history. For more information about the venue kindly visit www.standrewsleyland.org.uk
. South Ribble Museum
can be found at the Old Grammar School, Chuch Road, Leyland, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom. It is housed in a timber framed Tudor building and features several displays i.e., artifacts and photographs that tell about the area's history. Admission is free. Worden Arts and Crafts Centre and Marsden Theatre
is located at Worden Park along Worden Lane, Leyland, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom. It sits amidst a 157-acres of parkland with theatre, conservatory bar, lounge, craft workshops, exhibition display room and so much more. The venue also sells artworks and offers several craft courses.