Excursion 2—Lancaster is one of the Heritage Cities of the UK, boasting a stunning Cathedral and Castle. Stroll along to St. Georges Quay to see the marvellous Georgian architecture along the banks of the River Lune or visit the famous Lune aqueduct. Then on to Morecambe. Morecambe offers you the chance to enjoy the many pleasures of the seaside, whether it’s flying kites, building sandcastles or enjoying the views across the bay, Stroll along Morecambe’s award winning promenade with an ice cream or have fun seeing it on two wheels. Don’t forget to visit the Eric Morecambe Statue, which looks out across the promenade, and The Tern Project, a series of public art installations inspired by the birdlife of Morecambe Bay.
Excursions 2— After breakfast, we make our way to one of the finest Tudor buildings in the area: Rufford Old Hall. The marvellous Tudor Great Hall (which the young Shakespeare reportedly visit) and the informal, romantic family home that adjoins it provide a fascinating insight into 500 years of the Hesketh family history. After we will have free time in Southport, Southport beach itself boasts some of the most amazing views of the Lancashire coastline as well as the Victorian Garde II listed pier, the second longest in the country. You could take a trip on the Pier Tram to the Pier Pavilion with its antique penny slot machines and licensed café.