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#1 of 1 things to do in Caton
Complete your visit at the cafe where home made cakes and hot drinks are served by volunteers raising money for local charities.
Not large, but lovely, you could walk around in less than two hours, but a day spent appreciating them properly would be a day well spent.

Ruskin's View

Kirkby Lonsdale, UK 10.2 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Kirkby Lonsdale
Kirkby lonsdale is a gem of a place, lovely walks, a river, nice eating places, from the main street through the church, you can reach Ruskin's View,or you could go up the steps from the river.
When staying in or visiting Kirby Lonsdale we would recommend taking short walk via St Mary's Church along path through church grounds and to the rear, where you will come Ruskin's View which allows for some great...
#1 of 8 things to do in Silverdale
... Nuthatch Oystercatcher Reed Bunting Reed Warbler Robin Sedge Warbler Swallow Swift Willow Warbler Shame though to miss the Bearded Tit, Cetti's & Grasshopper Warbler, Osprey (apparently seen flying approx 10 m...
Each time I have been, I have seen different wildlife and been greeted by friendly and knowledgeable volunteers who are more than happy to give up their time to help identify sightings or suggest the best places t...

St Peter's Church

Heysham 7.7 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Heysham
What a beautiful church in a beautiful surrounding overlooking the sea, inside the church we met a lovely gentleman who talked to us about the hog back stone and the vikings well worth a visit
The Church is located on the top of cliffs immediately overlooking the Irish Sea (a lovely place to be buried) and was remarkably well preserved considering it was build in the 13th Century.

Trough of Bowland

Lancaster 9.4 mi away
#1 of 31 things to do in Lancaster
Drive from Ribchester / Clitheroe in the south and head up to Chipping and Slaidburn for amazing panoramic views ....... villages untouched by tourism, great pubs and steeped in history dating back to the Romans a...
Once a royal hunting ground this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty lies some 30 miles south of the lake district and covers over 300 sq miles.

Leighton Hall

Carnforth 6.6 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Carnforth
It was so informal, the guided tour was wonderful (first day back after winter break and our guide was fab) we could sit at the dining table, on the settee and were made to feel so at home! Well done everyone ther...
... d'art.After the tour we had afternoon tea in the old kitchen which we both enjoyed We watched a display of free flying birds of prey which was excellent.We would thoroughly recommend a visit to Leighton Hall
#2 of 19 things to do in Carnforth
A brilliant, nostalgic, visitor centre with permanent exhibitions dedicated to the railways of the north west, and also to the life and films of Sir David Lean, who directed numerous outstanding films including La...
The shop is manned by volunteers and well worth a visit, there is a David Lean display and as an added bonus a small cinema with the film playing so you can take a trip down memory lane!

Williamson Park

Lancaster 3.1 mi away
#2 of 31 things to do in Lancaster
I loved walking round here it is absolutely stunning the views and scenery are lovely and I loved looking at all the flowers around we sat and had a picnic overlooking the memorial and then went round the butterfl...
Williamson's Park is a great day out, I spent my childhood here, brought my children here, and now my grandchildren, from picnics, to exploring, playing games, and the excellent play in the park, although I now li...

Lancaster Castle

Lancaster 3.9 mi away
#4 of 31 things to do in Lancaster
Excellent tour James our guide was very knowledgeable about the history of the castle, the heraldry room is fascinating, and the fact that it is still a working court is interesting James made the tour very enjoya...
Had a great time and a great visit there - tour guides were very knowledgeable and professional- it was a great tour of the castle.

Eric Morecambe Statue

Morecambe 6.1 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Morecambe
A blast from the past, how lovely to see Eric Morecambe doing what he did best, making us laugh and smile, his Statue tells a great story about a great man, strolling up and down the seafront at Morecambe was inde...
Eric Morcambe,s statue situated on the promenade certainly makes everyone smile its really good I remember the good old days when Morecambe and wise were on the tv regularly what fun.There are always people around...

Lancaster Canal

Lancaster 2.5 mi away
#5 of 31 things to do in Lancaster
... on any of the canals in the uk On top of this the Lancaster canal is a great place to relax with beautiful countryside and great Pubs and Restaurants to stop at to spend your Lunch times and Evenings if you need.
Beautiful scenery and wildlife met us at every turn of this meandering canal, more like a river in many places than a canal, slightly overgrown and silted in many areas but that only added to the beauty.

The Stone Jetty

Morecambe 5.9 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Morecambe
The last time I walked along the stone jetty was 20 years ago.I visited this week and was surprised what a lovely walk to the end of the jetty was.The end of the jetty is very tranquil and a special place.I will r...
Takes around 30/40 mins there and back nice cafe 3/4 way along there’s puzzles on the floor with some jokes but you will find them all over the bay it’s just nice to sit down and chill out looking out to see

Lancaster Brewery

Lancaster 3.5 mi away
#3 of 31 things to do in Lancaster
Really enjoyed the tour, a wealth of knowledge from manager Chris about brewing process, and a quirky and very welcoming bar area to eat your pie and pickle lunch.
We then bought a t-shirt and a half pint glass as momentos and Mark/Martin was a gem :) You get 3 pints/bottles or 6 half pints each which was fantastic value and we took 3 bottles home :) The actual venue was bea...

Happy Mount Park

Morecambe 4.8 mi away
#3 of 14 things to do in Morecambe
Great grounds well kept grass and plants and great play areas granted some you have to pay for but for a £1 entry to the kids park for as long as you want with great toys and great play area and the wee train ride...
Well kept , clean and safe Loads to do our...good playgrounds , mini railway , crazy golf , swing boats , trampolines Nice for picnics and there is even a splash park when the suns out .

Bentham Pottery

Bentham, UK 8.3 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Bentham
There were only 4 in the group, which meant that there was lots of individual attention from Lee and his Mum. Lee is an excellent teacher, and was endlessly patient, helping resurrect the many mishaps!
Lee (and his lovely Mum) are gifted teachers, making it a thoroughly fun learning experience.

Sambo's Grave

Lancaster 8.6 mi away
#12 of 31 things to do in Lancaster
What a lovely place to visit, it is one of those places that you can just stand still and wallow in the silence, just the sound of the water and birds, lovely walk to Sambos grave and back down past the cottages,
Take care on the causeway and follow the signs to the grave, nice path and unusual shelter that you pass on the way is worth a visit.

Morecambe Winter Gardens

Morecambe 6.2 mi away
#4 of 14 things to do in Morecambe
Have visited the 'Winter Gardens' many times before having done the tour - which was amazing- and spending many rainy afternoons listening to the performers in 'The Parisian Bar' - which is also a must!
It’s great that the Friends of Morecambe Winter Gardens are taking care of it for future generations and thanks to the volunteers who do the talks and do an excellent job.

Lakeland Wildlife Oasis

Milnthorpe, UK 8.3 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Milnthorpe
... he was a scout leader Our niece loves animals and exploring and she loved the wildlife oasis Great value for money we spent well over a hour walking around looking at the animals Our niece was very much intrig...
This is an a animal park featuring birds, aquarium, vivarium and small mammals including among others bats, cavies, marmosets, meerkats, fossas, chinchilla and a snow leopard.

The Hawk Garden

Yealand Conyers 5.9 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Yealand Conyers