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Discover incredible history on a trip to Lancaster train station

Located in the centre of Lancaster, the city's train station was opened in the 1840s and is situated a very short walk from the city's incredible and beautiful castle, which is thought to date back to the 1100s and was built on the former site of a Roman fort.

Step back in time at the Roman Bath House

Fascinating history and heritage is something you can never get away from in Lancaster. As well as visiting the castle, you should make time to explore the city's Roman Bath House, which was excavated in the 1970s and is believed to have once been the home of a Roman official. In addition, Lancaster City Museum is home to a range of incredible artefacts and exhibits celebrating the history of this famous area.

Stunning landscapes in the local area

There's more to this region than just history, and lovers of the Great Outdoors will find plenty to enjoy Nearby. The stunning Forest of Bowland, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1964, is only a short drive away whie visitors also have the option of heading north to enjoy the incredible landscapes of the Lake District. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Lancaster train station? Travelodge Lancaster Central Hotel is in an ideal location at the heart of the city, while Travelodge Morecambe Hotel is around four miles away.