We are very lucky where we live. See below a list of top attractions in the area.
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South Lakes Safari Zoo
South Lakes Safari Zoo is home to over 1,000 of the rarest, most endangered animals in unique natural environments which enable you to get as close as physically possible to experience the amazing creatures with which we share our planet
There has been a museum in Barrow since 1907 when an alligator, presumably stuffed, was presented to the museum. Over the years a great collection has built up of wonderfully diverse objects.
Founded in 1123 by Stephen, Count of Boulogne, it was built originally for the Order of Savigny. Located in the ‘Vale of Nightshade’, south of Dalton-in-Furness, the abbey is built entirely out of local sandstone. It passed in 1147 to the Cistercians, who gradually enlarged and rebuilt the original ornate church.
Set in an area of 45 acres, accessed from Abbey Road, Park Drive, Park Avenue and Greengate Street, the award winning Park provides the perfect place to stroll on sunny afternoons.
Visit the Lake District National Park for sights like no other. Take it all in on a traditional steamboat chugging through tranquil lakes, or scale the highest mountains England has to offer and enjoy a jaw-dropping view
This pub was previously a department store owned by the Barrow Co-operative Society. The original ‘Co-op’ premises on this site were built in 1889, on land bought from the Furness Railway (for £2,500).
Greene King is the country’s leading pub retailer and brewer, running over 3,100 pubs, restaurants and hotels across England, Wales and Scotland.
Baan Siam means Thai House and we hope you will feel at home in our restaurant which was established in order to provide a tranquil ambience in which our valued clientele may enjoy the best in Thai food.
An authentic chipppy that is close by. it serves fresh fish and chips which are cooked to perfection. they also sell a variety of other foods, ranging from burguars to sausages and many more.
01229 830 403
75 Abbey Road