Lancaster Fireworks Spectacular 2013
The skies above Lancaster will be ablaze with colour once again this year when Lancaster City Council launches its 2013 Firework Spectacular.
As last year, the castle and priory precinct will be closed to the public, but spectators will still be able to watch the action from our main viewing areas.
• The Quay Meadow (requires wristbands for entry)
• Giant Axe (requires wristbands for entry)
• The cycle path alongside the River Lune (opposite St George’s Quay) and near the Millennium Bridge
• Williamson Park
• Salt Ayre
To warm you up for the evening’s event on the Saturday, there will be themed activities to enjoy during the day including guided walks and tours, storytelling, arts and crafts and lantern making workshops.
A full programme of the daytime events will be available nearer the date from the Visitor Information Centres in Lancaster and Morecambe and online at www.lancaster.gov.uk/fireworks.
Exit the M6 Motorway at Junction 34 and follow signs for Lancaster.
Public Transport Directions
The nearest train station is Lancaster which is only a 5 minute walk from Lancaster Visitor Information Centre, just outside the city centre. The station is on the West Coast Mainline with regular mainline Virgin services to London & South and Glasgow & North. Local services include a regular service to Morecambe. For more information call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950 or visit nationalrail.co.uk. The nearest bus station is Lancaster which is less than a 5 minute walk from the central pedestrianised shopping areas of St Nicholas' Arcade and Marketgate. Local, regional and national services are available. For further information contact traveline on 0871 200 2233 or visit traveline.org.uk.