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Attractions in Bowness Windermere

  • An intruiging historical house full of charm and set within beautiful gardens.A wealth of Tudor and Medieval rooms, buildings and gardens lie behind the Georgian facade of this house set on the northe

  • A facinating house and garden dating from circa 1350.

  • Take in the scenery along one of the most breathtaking rail lines in the UK.Undoubtedly one of the most scenic railway routes in the country, the Settle-Carlisle Line runs for 73 miles through some of

  • A celebration of the heritage of the Ruskin area combined with exhibitions relating to coppermines, farming, slate geology and lace.

  • Folk museum with exhibitions covering the way Cumbrians have lived and worked in the last 250 years

  • Combine the nostalgia of the railway with a boat excursion on this unique attraction.Journey through Central Lakeland on this unique train/boat connection which runs from Haverthwaite at the southern

  • A unique museum in a breath-taking location and home to one the finest collections of religious Roman artefacts in the UK.The Senhouse Roman Museum sits high up on the cliffs overlooking Maryport Harb

  • Explore the former home of John Ruskin, which boasts stunning views across Coniston Water.A historic Grade II listed house, Brantwood House sits within a large estate of 250 acres overlooking Coniston

  • Beautifully positioned in the countryside and with a rich history of the Quaker movement.Set amidst the natural beauty of the Lake District near Ulverston sits Grade II listed Swarthmoor Hall, a beaut

  • Overlooking Lake Windermere, this mock gothic castle is a great family day out.Sitting on the shore of Lake Windermere in Claife is Wray Castle, a mock gothic style castle that was built in 1840 with

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