Information for Group Visitors at Lancaster Leisure Park
Lancaster Leisure Park has been welcoming groups for over 30 years and has a wealth of attractions for a full and varied day out.
Set on the outskirts of Lancaster's historic city, this unique group day out is designed to appeal to all tastes and ages.
Browse for hours at GB Antiques Centre, the country’s biggest indoor antiques and furniture centre, bag a bargain at the Original Factory Shop, take a brewery tour or savour local produce in our stunning farm shop.
After all that shopping, take the weight off your feet in our the Country Style restaurant. With 140 seats inside and an extra 100 outside there’s plenty of room to accommodate your coach party. Everyone can be fed at same time and there’s different menus to choose from depending on how much time you have. For those in hurry, a lighter bite of coffee and cake is on offer or relax with a quintessential English afternoon tea. For the heartier appetite there’s an extensive carvery which runs all day. You can choose from award winning meats and vegetables served instantly, meaning there’s no waiting around if you need to get your group back on the coach.
For those with a sweet tooth the new ice cream parlour won’t disappoint with 24 flavours of Wallings Ice cream to choose from.
Close to the M6, with free and plentiful coach parking, a free meal and free admission to GB Antiques Centre for your driver, Lancaster Leisure Park is a popular attraction for group visits.
Whether you want a full afternoon outing or just an unusual coffee stop, we are always happy to welcome coach parties and groups, whatever the time of year. You can drop off your group in our coach park (close to the attractions), where Shona, our Group Organiser will be waiting to welcome your party. All our attractions are wheelchair friendly with ramps where needed and very few steps. The Forest Garden, however, is on a hill.
Allan Blackburn, the owner of the Park and a regular speaker on BBC Radio Lancashire, will be on hand to give a free talk about antiques and collectables to pre booked groups. You can even bring an old treasure along and he'll value as many as he can during your visit.
Whether you're an enthusiastic collector, a bargain hunter or a food and drink enthusiast, a visit to Lancaster Leisure Park is a change to truly indulge yourself.
Free coach and car parking with easy access
Admission to the park and shops is free but there is a small charge for the antiques centre and brewery tours.
Lancaster Leisure Park is just 4 miles from M6, exit 33 or 3 miles from exit 34 on the outskirts of historic Lancaster. Just follow the brown signs for "Leisure Park" from the M6. The Leisure Park is near Williamson Park and the Ashton Memorial.
Open Daily 9am - 5pm, 7 days a week (except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day)
Wyresdale Road, Lancaster, LA1 3LA 01524 68444