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Lancaster is a small city with a big story to tell. Discover the city’s literary history, meet emerging writers or lose yourself in a legend told against the stunning backdrop of Williamson Park.
Spring is almost here. The days are slowly getting longer, the first bulbs are emerging and was that a lamb we saw in the field? If you’re itching to get out and about, check out our walking pages for a huge variety of walks to download or perhaps you fancy a short break? Whether you want a B&B, luxury hotel, gourmet breaks, cosy cottages or fancy apartment – we’ve got somewhere for you in Lancashire.
Highlights this month include the Lancaster Literature Festival LitFest from 2-26 March, The Tempest at the Grand Theatre in Blackpool, from 2-4 March, Blackpool Beer & Cider Festival from 24-26 March and Blackburn Symphony Orchestra Spring concert on 25 March. See all event highlights
Don’t forget to vote for Lancashire’s Tourism Superstar Leye De Johns in the national VisitEngland Tourism Superstar awards VOTE NOW
You can get plenty of ideas for short breaks, days out and places to dine in our new 2017 Lancashire Visitor Magazine. Read the guide below or order a copy here.
King of Edinburgh, podcasting legend, and the world’s only semi-professional self-playing snookerist, Richard Herring is coming to Lancaster...
We have lots of fantastic prizes from short breaks to theatre tickets.