visit grange over sands & the cartmel peninsula...
Grange-over-Sands has long enjoyed the balmy influence of the Gulf Stream, and became a fashionable seaside resort once the railway arrived in the 1850s
Grange retains much elegance from its Edwardian heyday, with ornamental gardens, attractive shopping arcades and a sea-front promenade for relaxing walks.
Outside Grange, the gentle scenery of the Cartmel peninsula evokes an aura of timelessness, with sculpted limestone pavements, wooded hills and green pastoral fields merging into the peripheral saltmarshes and mudflats of Morecambe Bay.
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History & heritage
Art & culture
The talented efforts of Edward Robinson have created an impressive collection of miniature buildings
Jutting into Morecambe Bay is the promontory of Humphrey Head - a long tapering whaleback of Carboniferous limestone
One of the most colourful and noisiest gatherings of steam engines and vintage vehicles in the country