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  • Toll House Inn
    Penny Street,
    Lancaster,
    LA1 1XT
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Local Area

Our door to the great outdoors.

Take to the bustle of city life and hit the shops, visit the historic Lancaster castle, the many museums or head out to the stunning surrounding countryside and canals for a quieter alternative. Enjoy the change of scenery and explore some of our favourite places and best things to do in the area.

Williamson Memorial Park

Williamson Memorial Park

A glorious 54-acre park, home to the iconic Ashton Memorial which stands 150 feet tall. Head up to the first-floor outdoor viewing gallery for superb views. Discover The Butterfly House, a former tropical palm house, home to hundreds of exotic butterflies and birds. Don’t forget to explore the woodlands. A fantastic green space in this historic city.

Lancaster Castle

Lancaster Castle

The historic site is in the heart of Lancaster on the city centre hilltop. The castle dates back nearly 1000 years and is a grade 1 listed building and owned by Her Majesty the Queen. The friendly tour guides include tales of witchcraft, religious persecution, crime and punishment through the castle’s history. You can even stand in the dock!

Lancaster Grand Theatre

Lancaster Grand Theatre

Visit one of the oldest theatres in England and the third oldest in Britain with its continuous showing since 1782. The theatre continues to produce a calendar of shows throughout the year with a 460-seat capacity. Take part in the monthly tour where you can learn about the history of the Grand and get exclusive access to the backstage area.

Maritime Museum

Maritime Museum

Explore Lancaster’s golden age of maritime. Occupying two historic buildings, designed by Richard Gillow, the museum covers the maritime trade of Lancaster, the history of the port, the Lancaster Canal and the fishing industry of the Lune Estuary. Full of artefacts and restored vessels the museum houses fascinating displays.

Lancaster Canal

Lancaster Canal

It’s one of the most scenic canals with views of the Silverdale Coast, Forest of Bowland and rolling countryside of Wyre. The towpath stretches over 27 miles and the canal has 41 miles with locks - the longest in the country. Canal tours operate all year round, and the Lune Aqueduct Return Cruise is a popular one.

City Museum

City Museum

Occupying Lancaster’s former town hall the museum houses collections that illustrate the history and archaeology of the city of Lancaster. Throughout the year there is a selection of changing exhibitions on show and events and activities for all. The museum was founded in 1923 and is located in the centre of the city.