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The Assembly Rooms Emporium occupies a lovely 18th century Grade II listed heritage building. Inside you can find stalls selling: - Vintage men’s clothing and accessories - Alternative clothing and accessories, including Steampunk and Victoriana - A...more
This historic venue is currently woeful and disgusting. The Councillors of Lancaster Council ought to be burned at the stake or hung, drawn and quartered for allowing this historic place to fall into disrepute and used as it is. The same comment applies to the...More
Also known as The Assembly rooms, this indoor market provides everything you need when visiting Lancaster.
Adjacent to this are the 1720 Penny's Almshouses named after William Penny which are currently used as private ownership.
Worth a visit.
I have often visited The Assembly Rooms over the years and still I return. Lancaster has that kind of magnetism that either constantly draws or repels you; I am obviously of the former persuasion and this wonderful establishment is an embodiment of that.inexplicable attraction. It...More