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Getting here by car

From M6 (c.30 mins): Exit at junction 36 and follow A590 to Ulverston
From Kendal (c.35 mins): Take the A6 / A591 before joining the A590 to Ulverston
From Windermere (c.35 mins): Take the A592 before joining the A590 to Ulverston

Parking: There are c.400 parking spaces (including blue badge spaces) spread across 6 car parks all within 2-10 minutes’ walk of The Coro, Theatre Street being the closest. Most car parks are free after 6pm but please check signs before parking to be sure.

  • Theatre street car park
  • Buxton Place car park
  • Brewery street car park (with electric charging points)
  • Daltongate car park
  • Stockbridge Lane car park
  • The Gill car park

There is also plentiful on-street parking south of the railway line within 10 minutes’ walk of The Coro.


Getting here by train

There are regular services to and from Barrow-in-Furness (c.20 mins) and Lancaster (c.40 mins), with onward connections to Preston and Manchester, including a direct service to Manchester Airport.

Ulverston Station is 8-15 minutes’ walk from The Coro.


Getting here by bus

X6: runs hourly between Barrow and Kendal.
6: runs three to five times daily to and from Windermere.
X12: runs three times a day on weekdays to and from Coniston.

All stop at Victoria Road, 2 minutes’ walk from The Coro.

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