When trains to grange-over-sands started operating, this deserted location became a lot more popular as tourists were allowed to freely travel here and enjoy its beautiful scenery. Grange-over-Sands also has its own list of attractions to visit which include the Lakeland Motor Museum and award winning gardens.
Often regarded as the centre of village life, the Cartmel Priory is without a doubt one of the best ecclesiastical buildings within the north of England. It has many different uses including being a place of worship, a concert venue as well as being a visitor attraction with guided tours every Wednesday.
Holker Hall and Gardens
The majestic red brick hall and its magnificent award winning gardens are simply spectacular. Equally spellbinding whether you visit on a late summer's evening or a snowy winter's day.
A small brick tower built by the Vicar of Cartmel in 1846 to provide shelter to travellers. The uphill walk in Grange-over-Sands should be just long enough to prepare for the jaw dropping views at the top.
Lakeland Motor Museum
A shed full of old bangers I hear you ask? Not at all! More like an insight into the dexterity of our forefathers and a tribute to Donald Malcolm Campbell and his 'Blue Birds'.