Welcome to Morecambe
Morecambe is one of the most frequented seaside towns in Lancashire, situated on its west-facing coast. Many locals know it by its interesting concentration of public art instalments, known collectively as the Tern project, as well as its statue of prolific English comedian Eric Morecambe. It’s a short drive away from both the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District, making it a great base for exploring some of England’s most stunning areas of natural beauty.
Lancaster - small city, big experience
Lancaster may be small, but it’s still bursting with interesting and memorable things to see and do. Visitors can learn the intriguing stories of the people who shaped the city by exploring Lancaster Castle, marvel at the historic architecture lining the banks of the river Lune, and browse many quirky shops, independent galleries, and other little highlights that are dotted along its ancient, winding streets.
Discover more at Lancaster City Museum
An impressive Georgian building looming over the centre of the city, the Lancaster City Museum offers a unique and fascinating experience, with exhibitions covering the history of the area from the Roman occupation to the present day, along with a collection of beautiful portraits and landscapes from some of England’s most revered artists.
Planning a trip to Morecambe? Travelodge Morecambe Hotel is on Euston Road Near the town centre, and Travelodge Lancaster Central Hotel is a 15-minute drive away.