GETTING HERE

From the South: Leave the M6 motorway at junction 33 and take the A6 to Lancaster. Follow directions to the city centre and on joining the one way system, keep the in right-hand lane. You will see brown information signs for ‘Dukes Playhouse’. From the North: Leave the M6 motorway at junction 34 and follow signs to Lancaster. On joining the one way system, keep in the left-hand lane and you will see brown information signs for ‘Dukes Playhouse’.

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There is some on street parking available around the Dukes and many car parks are within walking distance. Two short stay car parks can be found if you turn right just past the Dukes.

Please click here to find out about the 2018 changes to Greyhound Bridge Lancaster, affecting the route between Lancaster and Morecambe. Click here to view new traffic routes.

Arriving at the bus station, head out of the main road entrance and turn right towards the Bobbin pub. Just before the pub turn right up Chapel Street and carry straight on until you reach the pedestrian crossing. Cross, turning right and then left onto Moor Lane. The Dukes is approximately 50 metres up on the left.

Please click here to find out about the 2018 changes to Greyhound Bridge Lancaster, affecting the route between Lancaster and Morecambe. Click here to view new traffic routes.

From the main ticket office turn right. At the gates turn left onto Meeting House Lane. Proceed down the hill to the traffic lights. Cross the road onto the pedestrianised road through the town centre until you reach St Nicholas Arcade. Go straight through the arcade onto Great John Street. Turn left down the hill to the pedestrian crossing. Cross the road and turn left onto Moor Lane. The Dukes is approximately 50 yards on the left hand side.
There is a bike rack on Moor Lane close to the entrance of the Dukes.


Extending your Visit

There are lots of lovely places to stay in Lancaster and the surrounding area. Visit www.visitlancaster.co.uk for more info!

This lovely market city has many attractions and museums. Why not try a guided tour of Lancaster Castle or a spot of shopping in Lancaster’s markets and independent shops?

 

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