Views towards Lancaster and Ashton Memorial across the River Lune and Millenium Bridge

Explore Lancaster’s long ancient history, shop for the latest fashion in its’ bustling city centre, relax in the cafes along the sea front in Morecambe or surround yourself with nature in the rural areas. Lancaster and Morecambe boasts a vibrant cultural scene with a variety of local attractions with something for everyone!

It is easy to get to Lancaster with great road, train and coach links and once you get here you can get around the compact city centre on foot or go further afield by bike or bus.

If you are visiting the area and want to find out more about what awaits you in Lancaster District, go visit: VisitLancashire.com

Travel Advice

Train

For help planning journeys by public transport, please go to – Traveline.info

Lancaster and Morecambe train stations are short 10 minute walks from the main events.

Bus

For help planning journeys by public transport, please go to – Traveline.info

2/2A/40 Buses link Lancaster and Morecambe town centres where the main events are being held.

Car

For visitors travelling from outside or Lancaster District – the M6 is well signposted with directions to Lancaster and Morecambe.

Upon arrival there are plenty of areas to park. For a handy guide, please click here for Car Parks in Lancaster, and click here for Car Parks in Morecambe.

Cycling

Lancaster and Morecambe are well served by dedicated cycling routes that make it an enjoyable ride to either town.

There are secure bike stores located at Lancaster and Morecambe train stations both of which are within short 5 minute walks into their respective town centres.

For further information, please visit CelebratingCycling.org

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