About Lancaster

Lancaster is a city located in the county of Lancashire on the River Lune, in northwest England. It is home to Lancaster Castle which was essentially a prison where more people were hanged than anywhere else in England, apart from London at the time, earning Lancaster the nickname ‘the hanging town’. It is also known as the ‘Northern City of Ale’ for it has about 30 Pubs that serve ‘Cask Ale’. It is home to two Universities – Lancaster University and Un...

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Lancaster City Center

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Discover the city’s rich cultural heritage starting with historical landmarks such as the Lancaster Castle – a 12th century castle and prison on a hilltop with breathtaking views of the River Lune; Lancaster Priory and the Ashton Memorial. If you want to spend a day out in the sun in the company of friends you could head to Williamson Park or Trough of Bowland, renowned for its natural beauty, or take a long walk along the Lancaster canal. Experience Lancaster’s culture at t...

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