Carnforth is a small town and civil parish near Lancaster in the north of Lancashire, England, situated at the north east end of Morecambe Bay. The parish of Carnforth had a population of 5,350 recorded in the 2001 census, and forms part of the City of Lancaster. The 2011 Census measured a population of 5,560.
Restaurants in Carnforth
4.5 based on 503 reviews
I expected this to be a 30 minute max quick exhibition but it's a lot more than that. Really comprehensive with lots to see about rail, wartime, Brief Encounter and a significant David Lean exhibition as well as a mini cinema. Really interesting stuff and high quality presentation.
5 based on 363 reviews
Come and discover some very special wildlife at RSPB Leighton Moss. This popular nature reserve is home to a variety of wonderful creatures - from birds and bugs to bats and otters. If you are lucky, you may even spot our largest residents, the red deer. There's plenty to do at Leighton Moss - explore nature trails, take a stroll around our sensory garden, treat yourself in our gift shop and enjoy a home-made meal in our award-winning cafe.
Visited on a wet February day. Staff very knowledgable and helpful. Several hides to keep you dry whilst affording terrific bird spotting opportunities. Particularly liked observation platform. Nice cafe serving amongst other things, delicious scones, cakes and coffee. Day eventually dried up and otter put on a display! Great day outdoors.
5 based on 35 reviews
4.5 based on 40 reviews
I've visited Capernwray a few times over the past few years (attempting my Open Water course, having my issues with nerves and recently building confidence after FINALLY completing the open water course 5 years later) and I have never had a problem. The staff are friendly and price for entry reasonable. I love the verity that is on offer here, with plenty to see at different depths. This has helped me so much to build up from some nice easy 8m dives to having a mooch about at 12-14m and now hopefully heading to see the plane on my next dive at 18m :) Food is great too and not too expensive.
3.5 based on 267 reviews
We visited the farm during the half term and we all loved it! There are so many animals and they are all very friendly. Our daughter loved Twilight the unicorn. Lot's of activities for the children like egg hunting, donkey rides and bottle feeding newborn lambs. The soft play area and the outside play area are both very nice. The go kart is great fun too. We had such a lovely time we are definitely going to visit the farm again.
5 based on 25 reviews
I visited "The Hawk Garden" today with my Husband and two of our Friends to join the Hawk Walk as a surprise birthday treat for Hubby.
Even after Reading the website information and reviews I wasn't sure exactly what to expect and now I know why, no two days could ever be the same as it is the wonderful birds who will ultimately decide just how the day will go.
Our afternoon there was magical and at times, for me at any rate, a moving and almost spiritual experience, Jim clearly loves his life and his birds and he and Adrian worked really hard to show us the Hawks and Falcons at their best.
From the very start where Jim greeted us at the gate to the time when we reluctantly had to leave (and we were there for close on three hours) nothing was too much trouble, no question went unanswered and everything was done to help us get the most from our experience.
Thank You Jim, Adrian and especially Zorro, Peru, Ruth and the other birds we hope to see you all again in Winter.
Elaine, Brian, Helen and Steve.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
We were scheduled to do the Morecambe bay guided walk. Sadly due to poor weather and safety concerns it had to be cancelled. Having made arrangements to be in arnside we decided to take a walk up arnside knott anyway. We weren't disappointed.
The terrain was a little difficult in places - steep, with shale/stone areas, but easily do-able for the moderately fit and healthy. The views were breath taking.
If you follow it down the other side you may stumble across a little farm cafe for a quick putt stop as we did. A welcome rest bite before continuing around and back into arnside.
Overall a lovely walk with great views.
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4.5 based on 1 reviews
Anyone visiting Morecambe can't miss Eric Morecambe's statue. It is situated right on the front. It is in a raised position.. just right for photo's and selfies. The ground in front of the statue is arranged with facts about Eric Morecambe's career. There is no cost so worth spending a wee bit of time to remember a blast from the past.
5 based on 5 reviews
We are a craft store selling Sirdar james brett and lots more wool fabrics and haberdashery. We stock Janome and Bernina sewing machines and offer service and repairs on them. We run workshops which are advertised on our website. You are welcome to call in for free advise or just a look around.
My wife went there three times bought all sorts of fabrics and yarns. Started sewing whilst on holiday
4 based on 326 reviews
Established for over 25 years, the Lakeland Wildlife Oasis hosts an incredible collection of insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. Perfect for families, the zoo is an all-weather attraction combining lush tropical halls and outdoor animal areas. Explore our evolutionary journey spanning over 300,000,000 years. The on site 'Wild Cafe' is open every day from 10am-4pm. No zoo entry is required to visit the cafe. Last entry for the zoo is 4:00pm. We are open every day except Christmas and Boxing Day.
Arrived staff were so nice and friendly an absolute credit to the place. The place has a superb educational aspect with loads of fun things to see and do from the ants to the snow leopard. The kids loved it I highly recommend a visit
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