Lancaster Leisure Park is home to an eclectic mix of 10 amazing attractions and is the natural choice of venue for the Lancaster Food and Drink Festival.
Home to GB Antiques Centre, the country’s biggest indoor antiques and furniture centre, the park already features Countrystyle Meats Farm Shop and the “Countrystyle Kitchen” as well as Lancaster Brewery, so the food and drink festival compliments these existing attractions perfectly.
The Park has been welcoming thousands of visitors to the site for over 30 years. Situated just half a mile from Lancaster’s historic city centre, the acres of green fields and mature established trees make it hard to believe you’re so close to the city.
New this year is the Forest Garden, a community project which has transformed some derelict land near the Brewery into a blossoming wild garden, complete with seating, a mini barn and wishing well.
Check out our website at www.gbantiquescentre.co.uk and click on “Lancaster Leisure Park” for more details. Spread over 42 acres, the Leisure Park is also home to The Original Factory Shop, Turning Point Dance Studio, Giggles Children’s Indoor Play Area, CAM Portrait Photography and Marshalls Self Drive.
Admission to the park, brewery and shops is free, but there is a small charge for the antiques centre, play area and guided brewery tours.
Lancaster Leisure Park
Open Daily 9am – 5pm 7 days a week
Easy to find, just 4 miles from M6, either exit 33 or 34. Near to Williamson Park and The Ashton Memorial, just follow the brown signs for "Leisure Park".
Lancaster Leisure Park is in Lancaster on the West Coast Main Line. You’ll need a taxi for the 4 mile trip from the station to the park.
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