Located in Fleetwood, Lancashire, Rossall Point is a modernized tower which is one of the coast watch offices to the Nation Coastwatch Institution (NCI). The tower looks out towards Morecambe bay and towards Blackpool. Rossall Point Tower is a tourist attraction because of the amazing view it provides.
Standing on the top floor of the Rossall Point tower enables you to get a gorgeous view of Morecambe Bay. While meetings are still held by the NCI at the tower, visitors are still allowed to enter to get a chance to look at the view. While the view is great, the tower itself is one to marvel at. The tower is recently rebuilt which gives it the modernisation the area benefits from.
Things to do:
The whole point of Rossall Point is to get a chance to see the view of the water. Mostly visitors are attract to the marvellous view from the tower, hence the towers popularity.
The tower organizes tours which everyone should attend.
Walks along the shore is always calming. Rossall Point organizes walks as well which you can take part in.
The tower organizes frequent events. To find out about upcoming events, visit here.
How to get there:
Outer Promenade, The Esplanade, Fleetwood, Lancashire, FY7 6DN