Great value shore excursions, prices lower than the cruise lines
We guarantee to get you back to your ship on time
Full refund if your ship doesn't port for any reason
Professional, English-speaking tour guides
Located in the county of Cumbria, Barrow – in – Furness is bordered by Morcombe Bay. The town has grown signigicantly since its origins as a steel exporter and is now one of the most popular natural sea ports in the UK. During Worl War I, Barrow was a massive producer of naval vessel’s due to its high volume of nsteel maufactur and the town had a specialist submarine building yard which is still operational today. As a result, many of these features can now be seen in and around Barrow and the town is very proud of its rich history. The town is mostly made of Victorian buildings plus several Grade 1 and 2 listed historical sites such as the town hall, fire station and Salvation Army Building.
One Advantage of visiting Barrow is its closeness to the Lake district and all that has to offer and Barrow is known locally as the gateway to the lakes.In Barrow itself you will find the Dock Mueum which tells the story of the ports history and offers the chance for children and adults to really get a feel for what life was like when the town was first built.
There are also several shopping centres and indoor markets in and around Barrow if you are looking for a more relaxed visit.
Please enter an email address