Attractions in and around Lancaster and Morecambe
The Lancaster and Morecambe Bay area offers an array of differing experiences and sights. Rolling hills to the east offer spectacular scenery, from the Crook'O'Lune , made famous by the artist Turner to the trough of Bowland with it's rolling hills and and pretty villages.
Historic Lancaster's splendid stone facades hark back to it's heyday as a Georgian port, independent shops, well known stores, museums, castle, parks and monuments are enjoyed by old and new.
The spectacular bay of Morecambe, with it's wide open skies and panoramic sea-scape is preparing for a renewed future. The promenade and seafront plays host to a variety of artwork from a statue of Eric Morecambe to a 'flock of words'. The Midland Hotel sitting on the seafront offers a perfect base from which to explore.
Attractions in the area
Attractions in the Lake District area
The Lake District, Englands largest national park, offers a host of places to visit and things to do from climbing England's hightest mountain to taking a boat trip on England's longest lake. Take a look at some of the carefully picked visitor attractions listed on our Lake District attractions page.
54 acre park with panoramic views over the surrounding area.
12th century castle with a gruesome part in British History.
Award winning Maritime Museum celebrating the port's past.
Local beauty spot made famous by Turner, the 'painter of light'.
Historic home of the world-renowned Gillow furniture family.
Leighton Moss RSPB
Leighton Moss is the largest reedbed in north-west England.