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Lancaster is located within a few miles of the Irish Sea coast on the Western border of Lancashire. This is the historic city from which the county gets its name. It has a long history of settlement going back to the Roman times. The original Roman fortification is now where Lancaster Castle stands. This is the most visited attraction in the city for tourists and is well preserved. Tours of the castle take place regularly all year round. They are well worth the time. For example the Old Cells, Hadrian's Tower and Shire Hall all have a great story to be told by your guide. The House of Lancaster's emblem is the red rose. Its history is well documented as is its rivalry with the House of York. This exploded in a civil war called the war of the roses. This power struggle was dramatised in many of William Shakespeare's plays.

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Caton Road

Lancaster, Lancashire LA1 3RA

Essentially positioned for people who are venturing on business and want to gain access to the city of Lancaster. We are found just off the M6, near Junction 34, placed within pleasing grounds toward the River Lune. Supplying you with complete meeting facilities along with a qualified approach.

Notable Attractions in Lancaster

This lovely historic city has a lot to offer you as a visitor. The castle is a good starting point as an introduction but, there is much much more to see and do here.

  1. Williamson Park - is a huge park on the edge of the city is fabulous. It is home to Ashton Memorial a folly looking over the city, a cafe and a butterfly house.
  2. The Lancaster City Museum - this glorious piece of Georgian architecture built by Thomas Jarrett circa 1782 is located very central in the market square. Once the town hall it now houses exhibits about city history and its own regiment.
  3. Lancaster Maritime Museum - situated in the old Customs House in St George's Quay its 15 minutes walk from the castle. It does what it says on the tin.

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