Arnside is a place and civil parish in Cumbria, England with 2301 inhabitants (2001). The town lies at the mouth of the River Kent in the northeastern corner of Morecambe Bay within the Arnside and Silverdale Area of ​​Outstanding Natural Beauty. The site is located on the Furness Line of the railway from Lancaster to Barrow-in-Furness, which crosses the River Kent on a viaduct at Arnside. By the construction of the aqueduct, the port of Arnside dispatched. At the southern edge of the village near Arnside Knott, a small mountain overlooking the town, stands the Arnside Tower. The Arnside Tower was probably built in the 15th century as a fortified residential tower (Peel Tower) and is today a Grade II listed monument.