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A collection of things to do in the Lake District, from restaurants and cafés to attractions and activity providers…and rainy days!
Keswick . Visit website »
Home to the Anti-gravity Room, Ames Room, Hologram Gallery and Eyelusions Exhibition, Puzzling Place is a fascinatingand fun excursion into… read more →
A unique award winning experience, tour England’s last working slate mine or for the adrenaline seeker have an adventure on… read more →
Situated in a microgranite quarry, the museum has been open now for ten years. The quarry itself is a RIGS… read more →
A beautiful 24 acre parkland with over 100 species. The magical Bird of Prey flying displays have been a regular… read more →
England’s only true Mountain Forest, is home to stunning views, fantastic walks, exhilarating mountain biking, rare wildlife, adventure play and… read more →
Three miles from Keswick, Mirehouse is a family run historic house attraction open to visitors to enjoy its strong literary… read more →
North Lakes . Visit website »
A destination for shopping, family activities, cinema, food, the outdoors, arts & culture and a conference & events venue in… read more →
Beckstones has earned a reputation around the world for exhibiting high quality original paintings by a hand-picked selection of some… read more →
One mile south of Penrith, Brougham Hall was built in the 14th century and has a fascinating history. Rescued from… read more →
South Lakes . Visit website »
Meet your favourite characters from Beatrix Potter’s magical tales, including Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, Benjamin Bunny, Jemima Puddle-Duck and the mischievous Peter… read more →
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