Attractions in and around Lancaster and Morecambe
Williamson Park occupies a commanding position overlooking the historical City of Lancaster. The magnificent parkland can be explored by woodland walkways and broad avenues of attractive trees, shrubs and flowers with many quite resting places to sit and enjoy the parks peaceful atmosphere. Entertainment for young visitors is provided by safe play equipment and there are plenty of lawns for games and picnics. The Ashton Memorial. Designed by John Belcher and completed in 1909 the superbly restored interior hosts exhibitions and concerts. The first floor outdoor viewing gallery provides superb views of the surrounding countryside and across Morecambe Bay.
Williamson Park website
Williamson Park and Ashton Memorial
Tel: 01524 33318
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.