Many of Lancashire’s key attractions are close to Morecambe, making it a popular place to stay or visit on a day trip. Two attractions that should be at the top of every visitor’s to-do list is the wonderful Morecambe Beach and the iconic St. Peter's Church. And don’t miss the St. Patrick's Chapel and the Church of St Mary.
Do make the effort to see some of the nearby museums and galleries, which help make the area such a unique vacation destination. Visit the interactive and traditional museums and galleries of the Laurel and Hardy Museum in Ulverston and Kendal Museum in Kendal. Acclaimed galleries, include the Abbot Hall Art Gallery in Kendal.
Hang out with the kids at the Bowland Wild Boar Park in Preston. Take photos, admire the exhibits and learn about the variety of species at the Lakeland Maze Farm Park in Kendal.
Those with some time to spare in the Morecambe area will not want to miss out on Lancaster Castle in Lancaster, Holker Hall in Grange-over-Sands and Furness Abbey in Barrow-in-Furness. For history lovers, the region’s bygone days can still be experienced at Sizergh Castle in Kendal.
If golf is your passion, take a trip to the Staining Lodge Golf Course in Blackpool and the Poulton-le-Fylde Golf Club in Poulton-le-Fylde. It's a perfect way to enjoy the outdoors.
Sports fanatics visiting Morecambe should book tickets for Bloomfield Road, Blackpool to see the Blackpool FC in action. On game days follow the sea of yellow and white, to the stadium, then after the full-time hooter blows, join fans at a nearby pub, bar or cafe and relive the action over a friendly drink or two.
Finding somewhere handy to rest your head close to Morecambe is simple. The Hilton Blackpool Hotel, the Lancaster House Hotel and the Holiday Inn Lancaster are just three of the best places to find a warm welcome and a good night’s rest.