Williamson Park, Lancaster
Categories: Nature & Parks
Built in the early 1900s by resident millionaire James Williamson, Williamson Park provides a touch of nature in the middle of the city. In addition to a lake and waterfall, you’ll also find a cafe, sundial, cycle path, public toilets, and many walking trails. Enjoy the view across Morecambe Bay from Ashton Memorial--made in honor of Williamson’s wife--the highest point in Lancaster. The park is free, but pay a bit extra to visit the butterfly house, reptile house, and aviary. By using our Lancaster tourist route planner, you can arrange your visit to Williamson Park and other attractions in Lancaster.
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This park built on the grounds of a former mental institution is the pride of Lancaster. An impressively stocked butterfly house and breathtaking views over the city and Morecambe Bay are a few of the... read more »
Me and my partner went to Pokémon hunt in Williamson Park, but it was much more than just a place to catch Pokemon! The scenes were beautiful and I couldn't actually take my eyes away from the views. ... read more »
Beautifully laid out park on a hillside overlooking the city with ornamental ponds and splendid views over Morecambe Bay, this must fall into the hidden gem category. After the effort of getting there... read more »
Great day out with the family the wee one enjoyed the animals great selection from lizards snakes spiders birds butterfly's and rabbits
A gem of Lancaster. Peaceful and the butterfly house is worth visiting.
One of the places to visit in Lancaster, little lake, Ashton memorial and loads more!
I like to visit this place every time I'm in Lancaster.
GeniaWonderful place. The only one in this sad town.show original
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