Fall in love with Morecambe Bay.

Meet the King of Piel Island or the Queen’s Guide to the Sands. Discover a bustling Victorian town and Art Deco glamour wherever you look. Cross the Bay on foot, stroll along the prom or explore the coastline with the top down. Uncover ancient sites and seafaring traditions. Marvel at spellbinding views and stunning skies that seem to set the sea alight. Hear wading birds calling, seals playing, and kite-sails flying… or just sit back and enjoy some freshly caught fish and chips.

Watch the Lancaster story video here!

Vintage by the Sea Festival 2019

31st August to 1st September 2019 – The award-winning Vintage by the Sea Festival will return to ...

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What's On

Morecambe Bay has a year-round programme of events.

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See and do

Come rain or shine, there\'s lots to see and things to do in Morecambe Bay.

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Explore

There is so more to Morecambe Bay than the bay.

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Heysham Viking Festival

20 – 21 July Celebrate Heysham Viking Festival with a living history encampment, parade, battle re-enactment, fairground, weapons ...

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Woodland Walks and Winter Picnics around Morecambe Bay

There are some spectacular spots to explore around the bay and some excellent local shops from which to get your picnic – don’t settle for a soggy sandwich, get some fresh rolls from the local baker and some meats or pies from the local deli and enjoy a proper Morecambe Bay experience.

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Inspire

Need a little inspiration? We’re full of great ideas for both new visitor and ...

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Visitor Info

Let us help you plan your trip.

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Maps & Guides

Download or order free maps and visitor guides to help you plan your trip.

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Eat & Drink

The secret ingredient to the perfect trip to Morecambe Bay is finding that fabulous restaurant, cosy cafe or perfect pub.

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Stay

From cosy bed and breakfasts to a boutique four star hotel, there\'s something for everyone.

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Visit Lancaster website

Fall in love with Lancaster, one of England\'s Heritage Cities.

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