We look forward to welcoming you, whether it’s your first time or you are an old friend. Drop by to find out what’s happening – there is a lot more than in our brochure – say hello and enjoy the offerings at our Arts Bar.
At the moment you are likely to see quite a lot of building work going on. It is an exciting time of transformation and we’ll tell you all about it. We are still very much open at the Nuffield Theatre, Peter Scott Gallery and the Great Hall.
You will find our Box Office at the Arts Bar in the Great Hall Complex near the heart of Lancaster University (map below).
Both are open weekdays between 12 and 4pm throughout our Autumn and Spring seasons ( linked to the University terms) and then, 90 minutes before any show or concert.
(Outside the listed University term dates, we recommend contacting us before making a visit to be sure we are open)
Call: 01524 594151 (leave a message and we will get back to you)
The Peter Scott Gallery is open during listed exhibitions Monday to Friday, 12pm – 5pm.
Evening & Weekend Parking
Parking is free after 6pm on weekdays and all day during weekends.
Weekday Parking Charges
For weekday parking there are pay and display machines sited in the Visitor Parking Zones, alternatively parking scratchcards can be bought at the Cashiers Desk at University House. For further details on parking and weekday charges please see Lancaster University’s visitor parking page.
Local taxi services can be contacted on: +44 (0)1524 32090; +44 (0)1524 35666 and +44 (0)1524 848848.
For the latest bus and rail information to campus, visit the University’s travel page
All buses stop at the ‘Underpass’ the main terminus on campus. Lancaster Arts is a short walk from the Underpass. Exit the Underpass, via the stairs, and walk along the ‘North Spine’ (inbetween the Learning Zone / Santander Bank).
It takes 20 – 30 minutes to cycle from the city centre to campus. An off-road cycle route runs from Whinfell Drive in Hala and enters the campus near Bailrigg House. A further off-road signed cycle route runs along the Lancaster Canal to the city centre.