Lancaster Things To Do (78 results)

  • Lancaster Castle

    Lancaster Castle is a medieval castle in Lancaster in the English county of Lancashire. Its early history is unclear, but may have been founded in the 11th century on the site of a Roman fort overlook

    Historical Place, Landmark, Museum, Castle

  • Happy Mount Park

    Lots to do for everyone in this park on Morecambe promenade

    Park, Outdoor Activity, Attractions

  • Carnforth Station Heritage Centre

    Heritage Centre with Refreshment Room

    Landmark, History Museum

  • The Green Dragon Galgate

    Vintage tea room with a variety of teas/ coffee.Home made cakes Gifts for every pocket Special events /craft days

    Tea, Gift Shop, Bar

  • Leighton Hall, Lancashire

    Leighton Hall is an historic house to the west of Yealand Conyers, Lancashire, England. It is designated by English Heritage as a Grade II* listed building.

    Historical Place, Museum, Building, Garden

  • The Dukes

    Local Business, Theater

  • Lancaster City Museum

    Lancaster City Museum is a museum in Lancaster, Lancashire, England. It is housed in the former town hall in the Market Square and includes the museum of the King's Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster). The

    History Museum, Museum

  • Lancaster Maritime Museum

    History Museum, Museum

  • Judges Lodgings, Lancaster

    The Judges Lodgings, formerly a town house and now a museum, is located in Castle Street, Lancaster, Lancashire, England. It is designated by English Heritage as a Grade I listed building. The buildin

    History Museum, Museum

  • The Platform Morecambe

    The Platform is a dedicated live performance venue, uniquely situated in a restored Edwardian railway station on Morecambe promenade.

    Local Business, Theater

  • Merchants 1688

    Historic Cellar Bar and Restaurant at the heart of Lancaster

    Restaurant, Bar

  • Megazone

    Local Business

  • The Three Mariners Lancaster

    The Three Mariners is an historic public house located in Lancaster. There has been an hostelry on the site since the 15th century, and it is one of only two sites in Britain with an original gr


  • Williamson Park, Lancaster

    Williamson Park in Lancaster, England, was constructed by millionaire James Williamson, 1st Baron Ashton, and his father, also called James Williamson. Its focal point is the Ashton Memorial. The park


  • Grand Theatre, Lancaster

    The Grand Theatre in Lancaster, England is one of the oldest theatres in England and the third oldest in Britain, having been in near continuous use since 1782. Though it was seen numerous extensions


  • Greenlands Farm Village
  • Zumo Cafe Bar
  • Gb Antiques Centre

    Antique Store

  • Cottage Museum

    History Museum

  • Live At Lica

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