The Old Ulverston Tea Rooms in Lower Brook Street is open every Sunday for English breakfast and full Sunday lunch.
Can’t find your way around town? Collect a free Ulverston town centre map from the library (corner of Victoria Rd & A590, next to the main bus stops).
Gillam’s on Market Street specialises in vegetarian, vegan, organic and gluten-free tearoom treats, wines and beers.
The Hoad monument is open on Sundays & Bank Holidays from Easter to the end of October whenever the flag on the hill is flying.
Take a walk by the canal and enjoy a pub lunch in the Bay Horse Hotel at Canal Foot, or sitting outside in the sunshine (sunshine not guaranteed!).
The Orangery Cafe at St Mary’s Hospice is a lovely place to relax with some tasty food and enjoy the view over Morecambe Bay.

Ulverston Tourist Information


Ulverston is a festival town, attracting participants and visitors from around the world. Here is a selection of festivals that are coming up soon. See our main EVENTS CALENDAR for all events listings. Please note, events may be changed or cancelled without notice, eg. at Christmas & Bank Holidays.

Jul 29 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Urswick Village Hall and Fields
Ulverston’s countryside show at Great Urswick.
Sep 3 – Sep 5 all-day Coronation Hall
Sample 50 real ales and ciders in the Coronation Hall.
Sep 5 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Furness Abbey
Travel back in time to Medieval England, set amongst the ruins of the magnificent Furness Abbey at the third Medieval Fair! Living...
Sep 12 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm Market Place
Artisan Market, music, fun, games & turnips. Music from Blast Furness, wit from Gary Gifford, and traditional dance from the Morris Dancers.
Sep 12 @ 7:15 pm – 9:30 pm Town and surroundings
Hundreds of lanterns weave through the town forming a “River of Light”. Finishes with firework display at Ford Park.