The Lytham lifeboat museum is housed in the former Lytham lifeboat house, which was built in 1863. This boathouse was used to house the lifeboat until 1931 when a motor lifeboat arrived at the station and was placed on an afloat mooring in the River Ribble. There are many displays and artifacts on display in the museum. The history of the Lytham St Annes station is covered in depth by the displays and also the wreck of the Mexico. Displays are regularly updated by a team of NWRG members.