Travel to beautiful Morecambe Bay by car, bus, bike, train or bike…
Please note the Greyhound Bridge between Lancaster and Morecambe will be closed for 6 months from 29th January 2018. For more information including diversion routes please click here.
Morecambe Bay is served by Junction 34 of the M6 which provides immediate access along the Bay Gateway to Morecambe town centre and the Promenade. You can use either the RAC or AA route planners to view and print directions for your journey. Morecambe Visitor Information Centre’s postcode is LA4 4DB.
Morecambe Railway Station is reached via the local link from Lancaster.
Lancaster Railway Station is served by the West Coast Mainline with regular direct mainline Virgin services from London and the south to Glasgow and the north. Local services include a regular service between Lancaster and Morecambe, Heysham, Carnforth, Arnside and Silverdale along with links to other major stations including Leeds and Manchester. For more information call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950
Local taxi services can be contacted on: +44 (0)1524 32090; +44 (0)1524 35666 and +44 (0)1524 848848.
Buses run regularly between Lancaster and Morecambe. Lancaster Bus Station is situated on Damside Street in the city centre and is served by Stagecoach and National Express.
Visit the Stagecoach website for current timetables and further information.
National Express tickets and National Express Young Person cards can be bought from Morecambe Visitor Information Centre.
From Manchester International Airport take the M56 motorway at Junction 5 and join the M6 motorway at Junction 20 (north), then follow the ‘By Car’ directions as above.
Alternatively, take the train – an hourly rail link runs directly between Manchester airport and Lancaster. For train times, visit National Rail Enquiries.
For details of local cycling routes, pick up a Let’s Cycle map from the Visitor Information Centres, or give us a call on 01524 582808. Alternatively browse www.cyclelancashire.com
Cycle hire is available at Coopers Amusements, just along the Promenade from the Visitor Information Centre.