For walkers, sightseers and dog walkers, local parking, cafe, National Trust ruin
A must see. Lovely arena tribute to the great man who made us laugh
Fantastic fun for kids!
A favorite place for crab fishing and model boating.
A beautiful and very well equipped park with lots to do for all ages.
To the North East of Morecambe, as you travel up the Promenade towards Hest Bank a stri
Sitting atop the outstanding headland at Heysham are the historic ruins of the Grade I
From Sandylands near the Midland Hotel south towards Heysham are some of the most tranq
Where better on a fine day, teaming with visitors: beach goers, walkers and sightseers
Proposed Eden Project North in Morecambe talk video
Near the Clock Tower an essential collection: play hill and frame (plus sandy beach, cafe and...
Step out into the Bay for fabulous views inland and around the coast.
A destination location with fascinating natural and historic attractions
Fantastic beach, views, grassland for walking and dogs.
Beautiful historic stone church with stained windows and Viking gravestone.
The heart of Bare Village and an intriguing destination just off the Promenade
Paint your own pottery from £5. Promenade location.
Mussels, oysters, starfish, crabs, mermaids purse, seaweeds, shellfish
For the Best Views over Morecambe take a walk along the footpath up to the top of Torri
Reputedly one of the best baits for fishing due to it's smell, taste and constituent pa
Exceptionally handy local rail station for visitors arriving by train.
The beach at Bare is quite unique, sandy, rocky, shelly and with tidal pools.
Premier venue for Arts, Entertainment and special events on Morecambe promenade
Just one of the reasons you should never venture into the mud
Just North of the Clock Tower Cafe along the Promenade are a series of engaging public
"Started in 1936 by local fishermen who liked to race their boats."