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3 Best Landmarks in Lancaster, UK

Expert recommended Top 3 Landmarks in Lancaster, UK. All of our landmarks actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes local reviews, history, business standards, ratings, satisfaction, trust, price and their trading excellence. Only the bee's knees!

LANCASTER CASTLE

Castle Parade, Lancaster LA1 1YJ DIRECTIONS

Since 1150

Here’s The Deal:
Lancaster Castle is one of the fascinating historical landmarks in the country, with its origin dating back almost 1,000 years. This grade 1 listed building occupies a city-centre hilltop location on the site of three successive Roman forts. Through guided tours, the castle offers a fascinating glimpse into England's dark past. Lancaster Castle shows a revealing insight into the nation's changing attitudes towards crime in general, as well as religious and cultural beliefs over the centuries. The castle also has a programme of special events throughout the year.

SPECIALITY:
Governor’s House, Events, Crown Court, Well Tower, Private Hire, Cafe, Heritage Centre, Historical Site, Architecture Structure, Guided Tours, School Visits, Castle Clock, Filming, Collection, Gatehouse, Group Visits & Gift Shop

£Price: Adults £8
Concessions (Children, Students and People Aged over 65) £6.50
Family £20

Registration 1058506

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Mon-Sun: 9:30am - 5pm

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ASHTON MEMORIAL

Williamson Road, Quernmore Road, Lancaster LA1 1UX DIRECTIONS

Since 1907

Here’s The Deal:
Ashton Memorial is home to the iconic Ashton Memorial and 54 acres of beautiful parkland with enchanting woodland walks, play areas and breathtaking views to the Fylde Coast, Morecambe Bay and the Lake District fells and mountains. At around 150 feet tall, it dominates the Lancaster skyline, is visible for many miles around, and has sceneries of the surrounding area, including Morecambe Bay. It was designed by John Belcher and completed in 1909. The Grade 1 listed Ashton Memorial was commissioned by Lancaster industrialist Lord Ashton as a tribute to his late wife, Jessy. The first-floor outdoor viewing gallery shows superb views of the surrounding countryside and out across Morecambe Bay to the Lakeland fells and mountains.

SPECIALITY:
Superb Views of The Surrounding Countryside, Events, Wedding, Butterfly House, Pavilion Café & Shop

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October to March: 10am - 4pm (April to September: 10am - 5pm)

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LANCASTER TOWN HALL

Dalton Square, Lancaster LA1 1PJ DIRECTIONS

Since 1909

Here’s The Deal:
Lancaster Town Hall is a municipal building in Dalton Square, Lancaster, England. The hall is a Grade II listed building. Lancaster Town Hall in Dalton Square was opened on the 27th December 1909 by Lord Ashton. Lord Ashton was a local multi-millionaire businessman and industrialist who had made his fortune after inheriting 'Williamson's', his father's Oil Cloth and Linoleum business. The town hall is a popular venue for concerts and events. It features various rooms, including the Banqueting Room, which is an ideal venue for your wedding ceremony. This tour is a must for all Lancastrians and all those interested in art, fine furnishings and local history. The local area is a delightful place to walk.

SPECIALITY:
Statue, Concerts, Architectural Buildings, Venue Hire, Government Organization, Wedding Ceremony, Meetings, Historic Site, Exhibitions, Conferences, Events, Celebration Dinners & Private Functions

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Mon-Fri: 9am - 5pm
Sat & Sun: Closed

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