The free Baylight ’23 art trail is around one mile in length and will guide visitors around on a leisurely hour and half walk along the seafront to enjoy the trail that extends along the promenade from the Stone Jetty to the Town Hall. The installations have all been carefully chosen to appeal to a very wide audience, including families and visitors both young and old.

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No matter how you’re travelling, Morecambe can be easily reached from all over the UK. Being only a short drive from the M6’s Junction 34, and easily accessed via Rail and Bus.

By Road

If you are arriving by car, exit at Junction 34 and take the newly built Bay Gateway, which will take you directly into Morecambe. Arriving by electric car? No problem. There are several electric car charging points in and around Morecambe town centre, but please check availability before making the journey. Morecambe has plenty of parking available, with several large car parks and spaces available along the sea front (see map below).

Get details on Lancaster’s Park & Ride and Lancaster District Car Parks.
Electric car? View nation-wide charging locations for EV and hybrid car owners or view the Gridserve electric charging points map.

By Rail

There are local services to Morecambe from the West Coast Mainline which enjoys a regular service between London and Scotland. There are also local services to Heysham and Carnforth along with links to other regional stations like Leeds and Manchester. Visit the National Rail website for routes, timetables and prices or visit Trainline to search for and book your tickets.

By Bus

Morecambe Bus Station is in the town centre and is served by both Stagecoach and the National Express.

By Bike

Morecambe is located on the main National Cycle Network Route 69 (East to West). It is also one end of the famous Way of the Roses, a 170 mile coast-to-coast cycle route which passes through the historic cities of York and Lancaster before ending in Bridlington on the East coast. Check out the Way of the Roses website for more information. It is also on the picturesque Bay Cycle Way route.

There is a dedicated bike track into Lancaster and, for the more adventurous, brilliant cycling into the Trough of Bowland, Yorkshire or The Lake District.

There is cycle parking at various places through the town with facilities to lock bikes at the following locations near the trail:-

· Festival Market/Old Station (8 spaces)

· Library (5 spaces)

· Pedder Street (8 spaces)

· Morecambe Bus Station (11 spaces)

· Midland Hotel (Prom side)

· Central Promenade/Victoria Street (20 spaces)

· Euston Road (Prom end)

· Pedder Street (Car Park)

· The Platform


If you are traveling to Morecambe for Baylight and looking for a place to stay over, please check out these suggestions:


Lancaster City Council provide a useful map of the public conveniences in the area.

Further visitor information can be found online at Morecambe Visitor Information Centre, or call into their offices in The Platforrm, just opposite the Midland Hotel (open Mon-Sat 10am-4pm). Phone 01524 582808 or Email:

More visitor information will follow soon. We have also created a handy FAQs page to answer other questions you may have.

If you enjoy/ have enjoyed Baylight, ’23 please consider off setting your travel to and from this free event by making a donation to the Woodland Trust here

If you enjoy/ have enjoyed Baylight, ’23 please consider off setting your travel to and from this free event by making a donation to the Woodland Trust here