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Laurel and Hardy museum Established since 1983

Plan Your Visit

By Car -

Turn off the M6 at Junction 36, follow the A590 to Barrow in Furness, which will bring you to Ulverston. The easiest car park is situated on the roundabout at the entrance to the town. From the car park, we are a short walk up the cobbled street, past Gillam's Tearoom, turn left at Costa Coffee onto Brogden Street. Our entrance is at the front of the Roxy Cinema, look out for the smiling Stan, you can't miss us!

By Train -

Ulverston has trains coming in from Manchester, Lancaster, Preston and Barrow in Furness. Check out the link below to plan your journey:
www.tpexpress.co.uk/train-tickets-and-rail-offers/advance-bookings.htm

From the station it’s a 10 minute walk, all you do is turn left out of the station road, turn right at the traffic lights and keep walking and we are on the left.

Local Buses -

There are several local services from Kendal, Barrow In Furness, Coniston and other local towns. Please check with the Stagecoach website for times and services:
www.stagecoachbus.com/northwest/index.html

The bus station is less than 5 minutes walk, head towards the Traffic lights turn right and we are there on the left side of the road.

Parking -

There is ample parking in Ulverston town centre with several Pay and Display car parks all within 5 minutes walk. Parking on the street is usually limited to 1 hour unless you have a parking permit (local residents only).

Prices & Opening Hours

Admission Prices

Adults: £5.00
Concession: £4.00 Children: £2.50
Family Ticket: £10.00 (Family Ticket consists of Two Adults and up to Three Children U16)
Deluxe Ticket: £7.00 (Entry plus Hot or Cold Drink and muffin or bag of popcorn)

Annual Passes:
Adult: £12.00
Concession: £10.00
Family: £25.00 Ulverston Walking Tour: £5.00 per person

Every Thursday during the School Summer Holidays
Join our experts for a guided tour of Ulverston as Stan would have remembered it. See his birthplace, the shop where Grandma bought him his Beers Treacle Toffee (a real treat!) and many other parts of our charming Market Town.

We're pleased to announce that the museum is now available for to hire in the evenings, contact us for more info or see Nights at the Laurel and Hardy Museum to see what's on (www.facebook.com/museumnights)

Opening Times

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Easter - Oct: 7 Days Per Week
Close Monday & Wednesday at all other times.
Christmas Opening Times: From 20th Dec to 3rd Jan, please contact us for updated times. Laurel and Hardy Museum in Ulverston

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